Skip to main content

Full text of "Music directory of early New York city; a file of musicians, music publishers and musical instrument-makers listed in New York directories from 1786 through 1835, together with the most important New York music publishers from 1836 through 1875"

See other formats


BILLINGS  HALL 


21052.2. 


Date  Due 

■Jul  @  * 

m 

L-fti 

» 

! 

1 

Library  Bureau  Cat,  no.  1137 

Digitized  by  the  Internet  Archive 

in  2011  with  funding  from 

Boston  Library  Consortium  Member  Libraries 


http://www.archive.org/details/musicdirectoryofOOredw 


JOSEPH  MULLER 

April  24, 1883 -May  9, 1939 


Music  Directory  of  Early  New  York  City 

A  file  of  Musicians,  Music  Publishers  and  Musical 
Instrument -makers  listed  in  New  York  directories  from 
iy86  through  1835,  together  with  the  most  important 
New  York  Music  Publishers  from  1836  through  1875 

"By  VIRGINIA  LARKIN   REDWAY 


This  volume  has  been  published  with  the  aid  of  a  grant 

from  the  Sonneck  Memorial  Fund  administered  by  the 

Music  Division  of  the  Library  of  Congress 


New  York 

THE  NEW  YORK  PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

1941 


?9ft  -  rt 


\ 


V 


- 


X\^5  2-^ 


CJ? 


it- 


PRINTED   AT  THE   NEW  YORK   PUBLIC    LIBRARY 

form  p4 3 4  [xii-31-40  5c] 


DEDICATED  TO 

MY  HUSBAND,  LAURANCE  DAVID  REDWAY,  M.D. 

AND  TO 


MY  MOTHER,  LILY  VIRGINIA  LARKIN 


Without  whose  sympathetic  encouragement  this 
work  could  not  have  been  carried  forward 


TABLE  OF  CONTENTS 

Prefatory  Note  vii 

Introduction  ix 

Abbreviations  Employed  in  the  Directories  xii 

Part  I  —  Musicians,  Music  Teachers,  etc.  1 

Part '  II  —  Publishers,  Printers,  Lithographers,  and  Dealers  25 

Part  III  —  Instrument  Makers  and  Dealers  59 

Part  IV  —  Dancers  and  Dancing  Teachers  85 

Appendix  I  —  Chronological  List  of  All  Firms  and  In- 
dividuals Connected  with  Music,  1786-1811  87 

Appendix  II  —  List  of  Musical  Societies,   1789-1799  101 


[v] 


PREFATORY   NOTE 

The  Bibliography  of  Virginia  Larkin  Red-way,  listing  New  York  musicians, 
music  publishers,  and  musical  instrument  makers,  may  seem  a  mechanical  enough 
task  to  those  who  have  never  tried  to  make  one;  those  zvho  have  studied  the 
subject  know  that  this  is  anything  but  the  case.  It  requires  patience  and  accuracy 
to  complete  a  musical  bibliography;  there  are  also  elements  of  detective  research 
and  scientific  imagination  constituting  even  more  valuable  assets. 

In  1917  Miss  Mabel  Almy  Howe  made  a  beginning  in  this  field  with  her 
"Music  Publishers  in  New  York  City  before  1850."  That  bibliography  listed 
about  fifty  firms  active  in  this  city.  Mrs.  Redway's  list  adds  more  than  sixty 
new  names  to  this  compilation. 

This  work  will  unquestionably  be  of  use  to  librarians,  collectors  and  dealers  in 
their  researches  into  Americana. 

Carleton  Sprague  Smith, 

Chief  of  the  Music  Division, 

The  New  York  Public  Library 


[vii] 


INTRODUCTION 

THE  PURPOSE  of  this  work  is  to  furnish  a  guide  which  will  enable  those 
interested  in  early  New  York  music  to  date  music  imprints  which  bear  no  copy- 
right date,  but  have  the  publisher's  name  and  address  merely,  with  perhaps  a 
plate  number. 

As  the  first  files  of  entire  copies  of  copyright  music,  held  in  the  Music  Division 
of  the  Library  of  Congress,  show  no  copyright  date  earlier  than  May  28,  1819, 
a  book  of  this  kind  will  help  to  solve  the  question  of  dating  accurately  early 
New  York  music. 

The  contents  of  the  following  lists  are  based  on  the  New  York  directories 
from  1786;  upon  the  files  of  copyright  music  in  the  Library  of  Congress  in 
Washington,  and  upon  examination  of  early  New  York  music  imprints. 

Part  I  deals  with  those  musicians,  music  professors  and  teachers  whose  names 
appear  in  the  early  directories  of  New  York,  beginning  with  the  first  directory 
of  1786.  This  list,  however,  does  not  represent  the  complete  music  picture  of  the 
early  years,  since  there  were  many  whose  names  do  not  appear  in  the  directories 
in  connection  with  music,  but  who  nevertheless  were  dealing  in  it  as  a  collateral 
activity. 

John  Jacob  Astor,  who  came  to  this  country  in  1783,  thought  it  financially 
worth  his  while  not  only  to  export  furs,  but  to  import  musical  instruments.1 
This  interest  of  his  was  passed  on  to  John  and  Michael  Paff  —  later  on  to  Wil- 
liam Dubois.  But  information  of  this  character  is  not  contained  in  the  directories. 

Unrecorded  in  the  directories  were  men  of  musical  fame,  who,  passing 
through  New  York,  did  not  stay  long  enough  to  have  their  names  listed  in 
the  directories.  Alexander  Reinagle,  composer,  member  of  the  Society  of 
Musicians  in  London,  later  director  of  the  famous  Chestnut  Street  Theatre  in 
Philadelphia,  advertised  in  the  New  York  Packet  of  June  26,  1786,  a  concert, 
shortly  to  be  performed,  to  which  he  added  the  following  information:  "In  the 
meantime  he  gives  Lessons  in  Singing,  on  the  Harpsicord,  Pianoforte,  and 
Violin.  His  terms  may  be  known  by  enquiring  at  No.  19  King  Street,  and  at 
Mr.  Rivington's.  N.  B.  He  proposes  to  supply  his  Friends  and  Scholars  with  the 
best  instruments  and  printed  Music  from  London  on  the  same  terms  they  are 
there  sold  in  the  shops,  only  allowing  for  freight  and  package." 

Advertisement  in  the  New  York  Packet,  May  22,  1786:  "Jacob  Astor,  No.  81,  Queen-street, 
two  doors  from  the  Friends  Meeting-House,  Has  just  imported  from  London,  An  elegant  assort- 
ment of  Musical  Instruments,  such  as  piano  fortes,  spinnets,  piano-forte  guittars,  guittars,  the 
best  of  violins,  German  flutes,  clarinets,  hautboys,  fifes,  the  best  Roman  violin  strings,  and  all 
other  kinds  of  strings,  music  books  and  paper,  and  every  other  article  in  the  musical  line,  which 
he  will  dispose  of  on  very  low  terms  for  cash." 

[«] 


x  MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 

Valuable  information,  such  as  the  above,  is  not  indicated  in  the  directories, 
but  is  only  to  be  found  by  careful  perusal  of  the  early  newspapers. 

Parts  II  and  III  comprise  the  names  of  the  publishers,  printer-lithographers, 
dealers  and  musical  instrument  makers  for  the  first  fifty  years  after  the  begin- 
ning of  directory  publishing  in  New  York.  Since  many  persons  engaged  in  more 
than  one  field  of  music,  their  names  have  been  listed  in  that  section  in  which 
they  were  most  active,  with  appropriate  cross  references  from  the  other  sec- 
tions. The  names  are  arbitrarily  dropped  after  the  50th  year  (1835)  except 
where  a  name  continued  as  an  engraver,  printer  or  publisher  or  where  a  firm, 
which  originally  combined  publishing  and  instrument  making,  continued  as  a 
piano-making  establishment.  The  connections  and  ramifications  of  these  names 
were  carried  through  1875. 

The  list  also  includes  selected  music  publishers  who  started  after  the  year 
1835  and  are  brought  up  to  the  year  1876. 

This  work  cannot  attempt  to  give  the  full  history  of  any  of  the  music-publish- 
ing firms  mentioned,  except  in  so  far  as  their  dates  and  addresses  in  the  directories 
bear  witness  to  their  beginning,  development  and  decline. 

Wherever  in  this  guide,  a  name  connected  with  music  appears,  it  has  been 
traced  back  at  least  two  years,  to  ascertain  if  the  same  business  was  carried  on  by 
the  same  person.  Economic  pressure  was  evident,  as  shown  by  the  frequent 
dropping  of  names  from  the  list  of  musicians  into  the  ranks  of  industry. 
These  names  were  carried  along,  since  some  of  them  reappear  in  subsequent 
music  activities.  It  has  been  thought  advisable  to  list  not  only  the  business 
address,  but  also  the  residence  of  these  musicians. 

It  appears,  therefore,  that  music-publishing  was  done  by  musicians,  musical 
instrument-makers,  organbuilders,  professors,  teachers  of  music,  lithographers, 
printers,  engravers,  booksellers,  "depositories  of  art"  and  stationers,  as  well 
as  by  music  publishers.  Some,  as  in  the  cases  of  Benjamin  Carr,  James  Hewitt 
and  George  Geib  were  composers  as  well  as  music  publishers,  but  these  were 
the  exception  rather  than  the  rule,  and  were  not  indicated  in  the  directories. 

Part  IV,  that  of  the  dancing  masters,  up  to  1836,  reveals  the  place  that  dancing 
and  dancing  instruction  took  in  the  community.  Noah  Webster  has  written  an 
engaging  description  of  New  York,  in  the  introduction  to  the  directory  of 
1786,  in  which  he  quotes  from  Smith's  History  of  New  York  (1757):  "New 
York  is  one  of  the  most  social  Places  on  the  Continent.  The  Men  collect  them- 
selves into  weekly  Evening  Clubs.  The  Ladies,  in  Winter  are  frequently  enter- 
tained either  at  Concerts  of  Musick  or  Assemblies  and  make  a  very  good 
appearance.  They  are  comely  and  dress  well,  and  scarce  any  of  them  have 
distorted  Shapes." 


INTRODUCTION  xj 

In  contrast  to  this  the  editor  of  the  New  York  directory  of  1805  reported: 
"The  most  fashionable  (diversions)  are  concerts,  balls  and  theatrical  amuse- 
ments. The  conductors  of  these,  however,  complain  for  want  of  support,  and 
perhaps  with  reason.  Here  are  very  few  people  of  fortune,  "except  those  who 
have  acquired  riches  by  their  own  industry;  and  these  know  the  value  of  money 
too  well  to  throw  it  away  on  trifling  objects." 

In  spite  of  this  rather  jaundiced  estimate  of  the  value  of  concerts,  balls  and 
theatrical  amusements,  the  editor  of  the  same  1805  directory  shows  quite  a 
different  appreciation  of  the  "Musicians"  of  his  period  as  evidenced  at  the 
top  of  his  classified  directory. 


'All  powerful  harmony,  that  can  assuage 

And  calm  the  sorrows  of  the  frenzied  wretch 

Till  lull'd  with  thy  enchanting,  grateful  numbers 

He  throws  quite  off  the  burthen  that  oppress'd  him." 


The  capitalization  and  punctuation  of  the  directory  entries  have  been  stand- 
ardized but  spelling  and  abbreviations  have  been  given  in  the  form  employed  by 
the  directory.  The  word  "street"  has  been  consistently  omitted  in  giving  addresses. 
A  list  of  the  abbreviations  used  in  the  directories  is  appended. 

Acknowledgment  is  due  to  Dr.  Carleton  Sprague  Smith,  Chief  of  the  Music 
Division  of  The  New  York  Public  Library,  who  suggested  the  work;  to  Mrs. 
Amy  Sinclair,  Assistant  Chief  of  the  Music  Division;  to  Mr.  Daniel  C.  Haskell, 
Bibliographer  of  The  New  York  Public  Library ;  to  Mr.  Oliver  Strunk ;  to  the 
late  Mr.  Joseph  Muller  of  Closter,  N.  J.,  for  his  invaluable  advice  and  great 
musicological  knowledge  generously  shared;  to  the  many  helpful  friends  of 
the  music  and  genealogical  staffs  of  The  New  York  Public  Library  and  to  Dr. 
Otto  Kinkeldey,  Librarian  of  Cornell  University,  who  first  interested  the  com- 
piler in  the  historical  importance  of  early  New  York  music. 


Ossining,  New  York. 
Sept.  25,  1940. 


x  MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 

Valuable  information,  such  as  the  above,  is  not  indicated  in  the  directories, 
but  is  only  to  be  found  by  careful  perusal  of  the  early  newspapers. 

Parts  II  and  III  comprise  the  names  of  the  publishers,  printer-lithographers, 
dealers  and  musical  instrument  makers  for  the  first  fifty  years  after  the  begin- 
ning of  directory  publishing  in  New  York.  Since  many  persons  engaged  in  more 
than  one  field  of  music,  their  names  have  been  listed  in  that  section  in  which 
they  were  most  active,  with  appropriate  cross  references  from  the  other  sec- 
tions. The  names  are  arbitrarily  dropped  after  the  50th  year  (1835)  except 
where  a  name  continued  as  an  engraver,  printer  or  publisher  or  where  a  firm, 
which  originally  combined  publishing  and  instrument  making,  continued  as  a 
piano-making  establishment.  The  connections  and  ramifications  of  these  names 
were  carried  through  1875. 

The  list  also  includes  selected  music  publishers  who  started  after  the  year 
1835  and  are  brought  up  to  the  year  1876. 

This  work  cannot  attempt  to  give  the  full  history  of  any  of  the  music-publish- 
ing firms  mentioned,  except  in  so  far  as  their  dates  and  addresses  in  the  directories 
bear  witness  to  their  beginning,  development  and  decline. 

Wherever  in  this  guide,  a  name  connected  with  music  appears,  it  has  been 
traced  back  at  least  two  years,  to  ascertain  if  the  same  business  was  carried  on  by 
the  same  person.  Economic  pressure  was  evident,  as  shown  by  the  frequent 
dropping  of  names  from  the  list  of  musicians  into  the  ranks  of  industry. 
These  names  were  carried  along,  since  some  of  them  reappear  in  subsequent 
music  activities.  It  has  been  thought  advisable  to  list  not  only  the  business 
address,  but  also  the  residence  of  these  musicians. 

It  appears,  therefore,  that  music-publishing  was  done  by  musicians,  musical 
instrument-makers,  organbuilders,  professors,  teachers  of  music,  lithographers, 
printers,  engravers,  booksellers,  "depositories  of  art"  and  stationers,  as  well 
as  by  music  publishers.  Some,  as  in  the  cases  of  Benjamin  Carr,  James  Hewitt 
and  George  Geib  were  composers  as  well  as  music  publishers,  but  these  were 
the  exception  rather  than  the  rule,  and  were  not  indicated  in  the  directories. 

Part  IV,  that  of  the  dancing  masters,  up  to  1836,  reveals  the  place  that  dancing 
and  dancing  instruction  took  in  the  community.  Noah  Webster  has  written  an 
engaging  description  of  New  York,  in  the  introduction  to  the  directory  of 
1786,  in  which  he  quotes  from  Smith's  History  of  New  York  (1757):  "New 
York  is  one  of  the  most  social  Places  on  the  Continent.  The  Men  collect  them- 
selves into  weekly  Evening  Clubs.  The  Ladies,  in  Winter  are  frequently  enter- 
tained either  at  Concerts  of  Musick  or  Assemblies  and  make  a  very  good 
appearance.  They  are  comely  and  dress  well,  and  scarce  any  of  them  have 
distorted  Shapes." 


INTRODUCTION  xi 

In  contrast  to  this  the  editor  of  the  New  York  directory  of  1805  reported: 
"The  most  fashionable  (diversions)  are  concerts,  balls  and  theatrical  amuse- 
ments. The  conductors  of  these,  however,  complain  for  want  of  support,  and 
perhaps  with  reason.  Here  are  very  few  people  of  fortune,  except  those  who 
have  acquired  riches  by  their  own  industry;  and  these  know  the  value  of  money 
too  well  to  throw  it  away  on  trifling  objects." 

In  spite  of  this  rather  jaundiced  estimate  of  the  value  of  concerts,  balls  and 
theatrical  amusements,  the  editor  of  the  same  1805  directory  shows  quite  a 
different  appreciation  of  the  "Musicians"  of  his  period  as  evidenced  at  the 
top  of  his  classified  directory. 


'All  powerful  harmony,  that  can  assuage 

And  calm  the  sorrows  of  the  frenzied  wretch 

Till  lull'd  with  thy  enchanting,  grateful  numbers 

He  throws  quite  off  the  burthen  that  oppress'd  him." 


The  capitalization  and  punctuation  of  the  directory  entries  have  been  stand- 
ardized but  spelling  and  abbreviations  have  been  given  in  the  form  employed  by 
the  directory.  The  word  "street"  has  been  consistently  omitted  in  giving  addresses. 
A  list  of  the  abbreviations  used  in  the  directories  is  appended. 

Acknowledgment  is  due  to  Dr.  Carleton  Sprague  Smith,  Chief  of  the  Music 
Division  of  The  New  York  Public  Library,  who  suggested  the  work;  to  Mrs. 
Amy  Sinclair,  Assistant  Chief  of  the  Music  Division;  to  Mr.  Daniel  C.  Haskell, 
Bibliographer  of  The  New  York  Public  Library ;  to  Mr.  Oliver  Strunk ;  to  the 
late  Mr.  Joseph  Muller  of  Closter,  N.  J.,  for  his  invaluable  advice  and  great 
musicological  knowledge  generously  shared;  to  the  many  helpful  friends  of 
the  music  and  genealogical  staffs  of  The  New  York  Public  Library  and  to  Dr. 
Otto  Kinkeldey,  Librarian  of  Cornell  University,  who  first  interested  the  com- 
piler in  the  historical  importance  of  early  New  York  music. 


Ossining,  New  York. 
Sept.  25,  1940. 


ABBREVIATIONS  EMPLOYED  IN  THE  DIRECTORIES 


acct.        _____  accountant 

asst.  treas.      _        _        _        _  assistant  treasurer 

av.,  ave.  _        _        _        _  avenue 

bask.  mak.      _        _        _        _  basket  maker 

bds.         _____  boards 

bet.         _____  between 

c,  cor.  ______  corner 

c.h.,  cus.  ho.  _        _        _        _  custom  house 

Corl.  H.  _  Corlears   Hook 

eng.        _____  engraver 

eng.  &  cop.  pi.  prin.        _        _  engraver  and  copper  plate  printer 

ft.  _        _        _        _        _    .    _  foot 

h.  _        _        _        _        _        _  house;  hotel 

imp.,   impor.   _        _        _        _  importer 

mast.       _____  master 

mercht.  _____  merchant 

manf.,  manuf.,  mnf.         _        _  manufacturer 

mus.  insts.       _  musical  instruments 

n.  _        _        _        _        _        _  near 

phot,  matls.     _        _        _        _  photographic  materials 

pianom.,   pianomkr.  _        _  pianomaker 

pk.  _____  park 

pi.  _        _        _        _        _        _  place 

r.    _____        _  rear 

segarmak.        _  cigarmaker 

sq.  _____  square 

st.  _        _        _        _        _        _  street 

ter.  _____  terrace 

treas.      _____  treasurer 

u.s.c.h.    _____  United  States  Custom  House 

wid.        _____  widow 


[xii] 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 

PART  I 

Musicians,  Music  Teachers,  etc. 


Alden,  Marcus,  music  teacher 

135  Harman 

1830 

104  Christopher 

1831-1832 

341  Bleecker 

1833 

Alden,  Marcus 

341  Bleecker 

1834 

Alexander,  John,  musician 

Bedlow-alley 

1805-1806 

Alexander,  John,  barber 

10  Bedlow  &  281  Greenwich 

1807 

Alexander,  John,  musician 

Neilson's-alley 

1808 

25  Duane 

1809-1810 

Allen,  John,  musician 

179  Hudson  c.  Watts 

1828-1829 

Amby,  Thomas,  drummer 

108  Mulberry 

1808 

Ames,  John,  musician 

14  George 

1796 

Amusco,  Joseph,  musician 

Nicholas.  Bowery 

1794 

Anderman,  Henry,  musician 

99  Henry  c.  Pike 

1830 

Anderson,  Andrew,  musician 

80  Roosevelt 

1811 

Anderson,  John,  musician 

193  Hester 

1818 

Collect  n.  Pearl 

1819 

25  Elm 

1820 

Anderson,  Robert,  musician 

156  Walker 

1830 

182  Rivington 

1831-1832 

Anderson,  Robert,  musician 

not  in  1833 

rear  192  Rivington 

1834 

Andrae,  Henry,  musician 

13  Thompson 

1833-1834 

Andrews,  George,  musician 

409  Broome 

1835 

Astor,  William  H.,  music  teacher 

Avenue  6th,  c.  Thirteenth 

1835 

Ay  ling,  jun.  Thomas,  professor  of 

music 

14  Walker 

1831 

Ayling,  jun.  Thomas,  professor  of 

music 

not  in  1832 

7  Mercer 

1833 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  prof,  music 

91  Spring 

1839 

422  Broome 

1840-1841 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  prof,  music 

not  in  1842 

422  Broome 

1843 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  prof,  music 

not  in  1844 

422  Broome 

1845-1846 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  prof,  music 

not  in  1847 

1 19  Mercer 

1848-1849 

540  B'way 

1850 

92  Prince 

1851 

Bagioli,  Antonio 

92  Prince 

1852-1853 

h.  84  E.  15th 

1854 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  musician 

h.  84  E.  15th 

1855 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  music 

h.  84  E.  15th 

1856-1858 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  music 

not  in  1859 

h.  43  W.  32 

1860-1861 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  treas. 

116  Nassau,  h.  43  W.  32 

1862 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  music 

h.  43  W.  32 

1863 

Bagioli,  Antonio,  music 

not 

in  1864-1865 

h.  37  E.  15th 

1866 

Ballard,    James,    music   teacher 

,, 

61  Cherry 

1834 

283  Delancey 

1835 

Banck,  Cornelius,  musician 

112  Centre 

1831 

13  Delancey 

1832 

Banker,  F.,  music  master 

105  Reed 

1823 

Bancker,  Frederick,  comediar 

L 

105  Reed 

1824 

Baptist,  John,  musician 

31  Church 

1808 

Barker,  Matthew,  professor  music 

4  Dominick 

1835 

Barnett,  S.  A. 

74  Barclay 

1814 

Barnett,  S.  A. 

not 

in  1815-1818 

Barnett,  S.  A.,  musician 

277  Front 

1819 

Barnett,  S.  A.,  musician 

not  in  1820 

Barnett,  S.  A.,  shoe  store 

Greenwich  n.  Canal 

1821 

Barnett,  S.  A.,  shoe  store 

not- 

in  1822-1823 

Barnett,  Samuel  A.,  professor 

■  of  music 

43  Grand 

1824 

Barnett,  Samuel  A.,  professor 

of  music 

not 

in  1825-1826 

[1] 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Barnett,  S.  A.,  musician 
43  Grand  1827 

Barnitt,  S.  A.,  teacher  of  music 

123  Mott  1828 

Barnitt,  S.  A.,  teacher  of  music  not  in  1829 

Barnett,  Samuel  A.,  musician 
70  Crosby  1830 

Barnitt,  Samuel  A.,  prof,  music 
64  Mott  1831 

32  Hammond  1832 

Barry,  Jacob,  musician 
35  Clinton  1832-1833 

rear  49  Essex  1834 

27  Cityhall-place  1835 

Beck,  Lawrence,  musician 
47  Rynders  1827 

Beckett,  John,  musician 
3  Chapel  1800 

Beer,  Bernard,  prof, 
h.  56  St.  Mark's  PL  1856 

Beer,  Bernard,  prof.  not  in  1857-1858 

h.  200  Second  Ave.  1859-1860 

Beer,  Bernard,  music 
h.  200  Second  Ave.  1861 

701  Broadway,  h.  200  Second  Ave.    1862-1866 
h.  200  Second  Ave.  1867 

Bennet,  Charles,  musician 
Henry  1828 

Bennet,  John,  musician 
416  Greenwich  1828 

Benoit,  Lewis,  musician 

12  Chamber  1800 

31   Church  1801 

Bennet,  Lewis,  hairdresser 
31  Church  1802-1804 

Bennet,  Lewis,  hairdresser  not  in  1805 

Bennit,  Lewis 
31  Church  1806-1808 

Bennett,  Lewis 
31  Church  1809 

64  Church  1810 

113  Chamber  1811 

Bennet,  Lewis,  musician 
45  Leonard  1812-1813 

Bennet,  junr.  Lewis,  musician 

16  Thomas  1813-1814 

Bennet,  Lewis,  musician 

101.  Anthony  1814-1817 

Bennet,  Lewis,  musician  not  in  1818 

Bennet,  Lewis,  professor  of  music 
101  Anthony  1819-1821 

146  Church  1822 

Bennet,  Lewis,  professor  of  music      not  in  1823 

Benoit,  Louis,  professor  of  music 
95  Chapel  1824 

109  Chapel  1825 

146  Church  1826-1831 

131  Chambers  1832-1833 

Benoit,  Louis,  prof,  music 
131  Chambers  1834-1835 


Bensel,  Robert  S.,  musician 

35  Avenue  D  1830 

Berger,  Andreas,  confectioner 

1  Spring  1833 

Berger,  Andreas,  musician 

121^  Bowery  1834 

rear  59  Crosby  1835 

Berlin,  Jacob  G. 

46  Second  1810 

61  Catherine  1811 

Berlin,  Jacob  G.,  musician 

61  Catherine  1812 

86  Bowery  1813-18:! 

120  Bowery  1815 

Berlin,  Jacob  G.,  musician  not  in  1816-1818 
Burlin,  Jacob  G.,  musician 

104  Bowery  1819 

Burling,  Jacob,  musician 

158  Bowery  1820 

Burling,  Jacob,  musician  not  in  1821 

Berlin,  Jacob  G.,  musician 

54  Anthony  1822 

60  Anthony  1823 
Burlin,  Jacob,  musician 

207  Washington  1824 

Burlin,  Jacob,  musician  not  in  1825-1827 

Berlin,  Jacob,  musician 

401  Broadway  1828 

Berti,  Anselmo,  Italian  music  teacher 

203  Pearl  1822 

51  Greenwich  1823 

Berti,  Anselmo,  Italian  music  teacher 

not  in  1824 

Berte,  A.,  music  teacher 

51  Greenwich  1825 

Berti,  Anselmo,  prof,  of  music 

126  Broadway,  h.  382  Broome  1826-1827 

167  Broadway,  h.  43  Cortlandt  1828 

167  Broadway,  h.  13  Murray  1829-1830 

167  Broadway,  h.  386  Broome  1831-1832 

Berti,  Anselmo,  prof,  of  music  not  in  1833 

Berti,  Anselmo,  prof,  music 

167  Broadway,  h.  386  Broome  1834 

373  Broadway  1835 

Best,  James,  musician 

61  Eldridge  1833 
100  Ludlow  1834-1835 

Beze,  M.,  french  academy 

138  Pearl  1805-1806 

Beze,  M.,  musical  &  drawing  academy 

46  Partition  1807 

Beze,  M.,  musical  &  french  drawing  acad. 

46  Partition  1808 

Beze,  M.,  musical  &  french  drawing  academy 

9  Gold  1809 

Blondel,  William,  prof,  music 

170  Broadway  1832-1834 

Blonden,  Francis,  professor  of  music 

67  Orange  1825 


MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


Blondeau,  Francis,  professor  of  music 

67  Orange  -  1826-1827 

Blondeau,  Francis,  professor  of  music 

not  in  1828 


Blondeau,  Francis 

27  Delancey 

1829 

58  Amity 

1830 

Blondeau,  Francis,  c.  h.  brok. 

212  Wooster     . 

1831 

Blondeau,  Francis,  c.  h.  brok. 

not  in  1832 

8  Broad 

1833 

Bocquet,  Lewis,  musician 

40  Catherine 

1808 

Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

Mulberry 

1800 

Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

not  in  1801 

Mulberry 

1802-1803 

35  Mulberry 

1804 

(classified  directory  only) 

1805 

Mary,  near  Hester 

1806-1808 

Pump 

1809-1810 

27  Spring 

1811 

Pump  n.  Mulberry 

1812-1813 

46  First 

1814 

Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

not  in  1815 

46  First 

1816 

46  Chrystie 

1817 

Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

not  in  1818 

rear  36  Grand 

1819 

rear  36  Grand  n.  Orchard 

1820 

Boyle,  John  T.,  prof,  music 

9  Walker 

1833-1835 

Brackenridge,  John,  musician 

Greenwich-1.  c.  Hammond 

1830 

Bradbury,  William  B.    See  Part  II. 

Brenan,  Michael,  music  mast. 

128  Anthony 

1832 

Bristow,  William  R.,  prof,  music 

220  Houston 

1834 

197  Bowery 

1835 

Broderick,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 

16  King-George 

1792 

Broderick,  widow 

2  Dutch 

1793 

Brooks,  Edmund,  musician 

155  Delancey 

1835 

Brown,  David,  professor  of  music 

414  Broadway 

1830 

Brown,  Horace 

44  Essex 

1814 

Brown,  Horace,  musician 

37  Essex 

1815 

Banker  n.  Walnut,  h.  37  Essex 

1816 

Banker  n.  Walnut,  h.  38  Essex 

1817 

Bancker  n.  Walnut,  h.  38  Essex 

1818 

38  Essex 

1819 

139  Cherry 

1820 

Brown,  Philip,  musician 

9  Thompson 

1831-1835 

Browne,  William  H.,  musician 

8  Thomas 
Bunyie,  R.,  musician 

81  Bowery 
Bunyie,  R.,  music  store 

81  Bowery 
Burke,  William  A.,  prof,  music 

81  Rivington 
Burns,  John,  musician 

62  Warren 
Burton,  Charles,  music  master 

157  Chatham 
Burton,  Charles,  music  master 
Burton,  Charles,  draftsman ' 

53  Hudson,  c.  Jay 
Busk,  Greenbury,  musician 

104  Broome 

104  Broome,  n.  Willet 

503  Grand 
Butter  worth,  prof,  music 

202  Hudson 
Butter  worth,  prof,  music 
Butterworth,  Archibald  H 

61  Sixth 
131  Amity 

Byrne,  Peter,  musician 
17  Harman 

62  Warren 
31  Henry 

Byrne,  Peter,  musician 

31  Henry 
Byrnes,  Peter,  musician 

31  Henry 
Byrne,  Peter,  musician  and  grocer 

31  Henry 
Byrne,  widow  of  Peter,  grocer 

31  Henry 
Byrne,  widow  of  Peter,  grocer 

not  in  1824-1829 
Byrne,  Peter,  teacher 

Greenwich-lane  n.  Avenue  7th  1830 

Liberty  c.  Nassau,  h.  100  Wooster  1831 

153  Prince  1832-1834 


1830 
1827-1828 


1829-1830 


1834-1835 

1810 

1826 
not  in  1827 

1828 

1821-1822 
1823 
1824 

1829 
not  in  1830-1833 
prof,  music 

1834 
1835 

1811 

1812-1813 

1814-1816 

not  in  1817 

1818-1819 

1820 


1821 


1822-1823 


Cadet,  Sino,  musician 

101  Church, 
Campbell,  John,  musician 

62  Watts 

40  Reed 

96  Canal 

42  Jay 

10  Watts 

432  Greenwich 
Campbell,  John,  musician 

263  Elizabeth 
Capron,  Henry,  music  master 

24  Gold 

66  King 


1822-1823 

1823 

1824 
1825-1826 
1827 
1828 
1829 
not  in  1830-1831 
1832 

1789 
1790 


1  "Draftsman"  follows  name  after  this  date. 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Carroll,  John,  music  master 

Corcoran,  Peter,  musician,  continued 

42  Barclay 

1812-1813 

rear  52  Cherry 

1835 

30  Roosevelt 

1814 

Corner,  Peter,  drummer 

177  Bowery 

1815 

6  Fern 

1809 

Carroll,  John  S.,  musician 

Cotton,  Rowland,  composer  of  music 

232  Spring 

1823 

Charlotte 

1798 

Carroll,  John  S.,  musician 

not  in  1824 

Cotton,  Rowland 

Carroll,  John,  prof,  music 

Eagle 

1799 

Laurens  n.  Grand 

1825 

Cotton,  Rowland                        not  in 

1800-1805 

Carroll,  John  S.,  prof,  music 

Cotton,  Rowland,  morocco-dresser 

Laurens  n.  Grand 

1826 

Pump  near  Second 

1806 

40  Laurens 

1827 

Cowan,  Ann,  professor  music 

Carroll,  John  S.,  professor  of  music 

49  Fourth  &  175  Broadway 

1831 

63J4  Canal 

1828 

383  &  175  Broadway 

1832 

177  Canal 

1829 

Cowan,    Ann,    professor    of   music 

and 

Carson,  Jacob,  musician 

teacher  of  the  piano  on  the  Logerian 

35  Chatham 

1809" 

system,  harp,  guitar  and  singing 

Castaing,  Augustus  H.,  musician 

383  &  172  Broadway 

1833-1834 

281  Houstoun 

1835 

Cowan,  Ann,  professor  of  music 

Castrou,  Eli,  musician 

77  Murray 

1835 

43  Reed 

1806 

Cozine,  Gilbert,  musician 

Chapman,  Robert,  musician 

93  Mulberry 

1810 

Barclay 

1793 

Curfew,  Joseph  H.,  musician 

Charlton,  John,  prof,  music 

Water  n.  Corl.  H. 

1815 

132  Wooster 

1829 

Curtsock,  John,  musician 

Chevalier,  A.  L.,  musician 

Barclay 

1793 

101  Reed 

1820-1823 

Kurtsrurck,  John,  musician 

Christian,  Paul,  musician 

Anthony 

1794 

rear  72  Forsyth 

1832 

Curtsau,  John,  musician 

Christian,  Paul,  musician 

not  in  1833 

Little  Ann  near  the  Collect 

1795 

Christian,  Paul,  prof,  music 

6  Stanton 

1834 

Davies,  John,  professor  of  music 

18  Rivington 

1835 

160  Chamber 

1821-1822 

Cioffi,  Philip,  distiller 

103  Hudson, 

1823-1826 

102  Elm 

1828 

Davies,  Southerton,  prof,  music 

Cioffi,  Philip,  distiller 

not  in  1829 

103  Hudson 

1825 

Cioffi,  Philip,  professor  of  music 

Davis,  John,  musician 

146  Wooster 

1830-1831 

235  Bowery 

1818-1819 

Cioffi,  Philip,  professor  of  music 

not  in  1832 

Davis,  John,  music  store 

Cioffy,  Philip,  professor  of  music 

17  Chatham 

1819 

142  Wooster 

1833 

Davis,  John,  musician 

176  Canal 

1834 

36  Spring 

1820 

Claret, ,  musician 

Greenwich 

1821 

148  Reed 

1813-1814 

Defries,  Ambrose,  shoemaker 

Coard,  William,  professor  music 

83  Willett 

1831 

418  Broadway 

1835 

Defries,  Ambrose,  musician 

Cole,  Isaac  P.,  prof,  music 

182  Rivington 

1832-1834 

64  Bowery 

1833-1834 

546  Grand 

1835 

Collison,  Bernard,  prof,  flute 

Dehart,  James,  musician 

6  Varick 

1833 

121  Reed 

1811-1812 

Connor,  Peter 

Deluce,  Nathaniel,  physician 

45  Cliff 

1810-1812 

49  Lispenard 

1825 

Connor,  Peter                             not 

in  1813-1814 

Deluce,  Nathaniel,  teacher  of  music 

Connor,  Peter,  musician 

49  Lispenard 

1826-1828 

45  Cliff 

1815-1816 

Deluce,  Nathaniel,  music  teacher 

Connor,  Peter,  musician 

not  in  1817 

197  Wooster 

1829 

Connor,  Peter,  white  washer 

201  Greene 

1830-1833 

Mulberry  c.  Pump 

1818 

149  Spring 

1834-1835 

Corcoran,  Peter,  musician 

Denny,  Thomas,  musician 

180  Division 

1834 

Cross  c.  Mulberry 

1821 

MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


Denzi,  Lewis  A.,  musician 

182  Allen  1834 

Derety,  Andrew,  musician 

25  Fayette  1819 

Desabaye,  Mark,  prof,  music 

509  Houstoun  1835 

Desize, ; ,  teacher  of  the  French  language 

45  Vesey  1794 

Deseze,   Madam,   French  academy  for 
young  ladies 

45  Vesey  1795 

Deseze,  John  B.,  A.  M.   Academy  for 
young  ladies 

7  Dey  1796 

Deseze,  John,  music  teacher 

86  Nassau  1797-1803 

Deseze,  John,  music  and  French  teacher 

12  U.  Reed  1804-1808 

31  Reed  1809 

290  Greenwich  1810-1811 

Deseze,  John,  french  teacher  &  translator 

290  Greenwich  1812-1815 

Deseze,  Madam,   French  academy  for 
young  ladies a 

45  Vesey  1794 

Dickinson,  Thomas,  musician 

159  Division  1810-1811 

85  Lombardy  1812 

17  Charlotte  1813 

17  Pike  1814 

18  Pike  1815 
169  Bancker  1816 
47  Hester  1817-1819 
295  Cherry  1820 
44  Hester  1821 
Lewis  n.  North  1822 
Sheriff  n.  Stanton                             1823-1824 

Dingley,  Charles,  printer 
220  Varick  1831 

Dingley,  Charles,  music  teacher 
220  Varick  1832 

440  Broome  c.  Broadway  1833 

130  Sullivan  1834 

Carmine  n.  Bleecker  1835 

Ditz,  John,  musician 

103  Mott  1828 

Dixon,  widow,  Elizabeth  T.,  music  teacher 
112  Delancey  1831 

284  Broome  1832 

Dixon,  widow,  Elizabeth  T.,  music  teacher 

not  in  1833 

Dixon,  Elizabeth 
rear  284  Broome  1834 

Dixon,  Eliza,  music  teacher 
27  Stanton  1835 


1  Madam  Deseze  is  advertised  in  the  New  York  Eve- 
ning Post  from  December,  1800,  to  January,  1809,  as 
having  appeared  as  singer  on  the  New  York  concert 
stage. 


Dodge,  John,  musician 
3  Pump  st.  Bowery  1792 

Dodge,  John,  mariner 
3  Pump  st.  Bowery  1793-1794 

Dodworth,  Allen,  prof,  of  music 
493  Broadway  1844 

448  Broome  1845-1846 

Dodworth,    Allen,    prof,    of    music    & 
teacher  of  dancing 
448  Broome,  h.  448  Broome  1847-1849 

Dodworth,  Allen,  professor  of  music 
448  Broome  1850 

Dodworth,  Allen,  professor  of  music  & 
teacher  of  dancing 
448  Broome,  h.  448  Broome  1851 

806  Broadway  1852-1853 

Dodworth,  Allen,  music 
806  Broadway,  h.  806  Broadway  1854 

806  Broadway  1855 

Dodworth,  Allen,  dancing 
806  Broadway  1856 

h.  806  Broadway  1857 

Dodworth,  Allan,  dancing 
h.  806  Broadway  1858 

Dodworth,  Allen,  teacher  of  dancing 
h.  806  Broadway  1859 

Dodworth,  Allen,  dancing 
h.  806  Broadway  1860 

Dodworth,  Allen,  dancing  not  in  1861 

Dodworth,  Allen,  teacher  of  dancing 
Dodworth's  studio  building 
204  Fifth  av.  1862 

Dodworth,  Allen,  dancing 
204  Fifth  av.  1863-1864 

Dodworth,  Allan,  dancing 
212  Fifth  av.,  h.  137  Montague,  B'kyn      1865 
212  Fifth    av.  1866-1867 

Dodworth,  Allen,  teacher 
h.  681  Fifth  av.  bet  53  &  54th  1868 

Dodworth,  Allen,  dancing 
681  Fifth  av.  1869 

h.  681  Fifth  av.  1870 

681  &  212  Fifth  av.  1871 

212  Fifth  av.  1872 

h.  212  Fifth  av.  1873 

212  Fifth  av.  1874 

Dodworth,  Allen,  academy  for  dancing 
212  Fifth  av.  c.  W  26th  1875 

Dodworth,  Charles  R.,  musician 
67  Marion  1847-1848 

Dodworth,  Charles  R.,  musician 

not  in  1849  or  1850 
313  Broome  1851 

h.  62  King  1852 

h.  667  Houston  1853 

Dodworth,  Charles  R.,  prof,  music 
h.  667  Houston  1854 

Dodworth,  Charles  R.,  music 
h.  667  Houston  1855 


6 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Dodworth,  Charles  R.,  musician 

h.  667  Houston  1856 

Dodworth,  Charles  R.,  professor 

h.  667  Houston  1857 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  teacher  of  music 

493  Broadway  1845-1849 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  musician 

493  Broadway,  h.  493  Broadway  1850 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  teacher  of  music 

493  Broadway  1851 

Dodworth,  H.  B.  &  Co.,  music 

493  Broadway  1852-1854 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  music 

493  Broadway  1852-1853 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  musician 

493  Broadway,  h.  493  Broadway  1854 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  music 

493  Broadway  1855-1857 

6  Astor  pi.,  h.  400  Broome  1858 

6  Astor  pi.  &  422  Broome,  h.  400 
Broome  1859-1860 

6  Astor  pi.   &  422  Broome,   h.   95 

Thompson  1861 

6  Astor  pi.  &  422  Broome,  h.  180  E. 
21st  1862 

6  Astor  pi.,  h.  180  E.  21st  1863 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  mus.  insts. 

6  Astor  pi.  &  422  Broome,  h.  3  E.  73rd 

1864-1865 

6  Astor  pi.,  h.  3  E.  73rd  1866 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  musician 

6  Astor  pi.,  h.  3  Willow  ter.  1867 

Dodworth  &  Son,  mus.  insts. 

6  Astor  pi.  1866-1867 

Dodworth,  H.  B.  &  Son,  music 

6  Astor  pi.  1868 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  mus.  inst. 

6  Astor  pi.,  h.  Morrisania  1868 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  musician 

6  Astor  pi.  &  422  Broome,  h.  Mor- 
risania 1869-1870 
Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  music 

6  Astor  pi.  &  422  Broome,  h.  Mor- 
risania 1871 

422  Broome,  &  706  B'way,  h.  Morrisania  1872 

422  Broome,  h.  Morrisania  1873-1874 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.,  musician 

23  Union  sq.,  h.  Fulton  av.  n.  168th        1875 
Dodworth's  Band 

23  Union  sq.  1875 

Dodworth,  Olean  H.,  mus.  insts. 

6  Astor  pi.,  h.  3  E.  73rd  1866-1867 

Dodworth,  Olean  H,  music 

6  Astor  pi.,  h.  Melrose  1868 

6  Astor  pi.  1869 

6  Astor  pi.,  h.  164  E.  126th  1870-1871 

706  Broadway,  h.  Morrisania  1872 

Dodworth,  Olean  H.,  music       not  in  1873-1875 


Dodworth,  Thomas,  musician 

rear  88  Elizabeth 
Dodworth,  Thomas,  prof,  music 

rear  88  Elizabeth 

107  Mott 

rear  107  Mott 

rear  59  Crosby 


1829 

1830 
1831 
1832 
1833 
Dodworth,  Thomas,  prof,  music       not  in  1834 

15  Thompson  1835-1839 

410  Broadway  1840 

402  Broadway  1841-1842 

Dodworth,  Thomas,  music  store 

422  Broadway  1843 

Dodworth,  Thomas,  confectioner 

493  Broadway  1844-1849 

Dodworth,  Thomas,  confectionery 

493  Broadway,  h.  493  Broadway  1850 

Dodworth,  Thomas,  musician 

493  Broadway  1851 

Dodworth,  Thomas,  musician    not  in  1852-1853 
Dodworth,  Thomas  J.,  music 

Broadway,  h.  112  Thompson  1854 

Dodworth,  Thomas  J.,  music     not  in  1855-1856 
Dodsworth,  Jefferson,  music 

h.  210  Mulberry  1857-1858 

Dodworth,  Thomas  J.,  musician 

h.  210  Mulberry  1859 

Dodworth,  Thomas  J.,  musician      not  in  1860- 

1862 
Dodworth,  Thomas  J.,  music 

6  Astor,  h.  182^  E.  21st  1863 

Dodworth,  Thomas  J.,  musician 

h.  184  E.  21st  1864 

Dodworth,  Thomas  Jefferson,  musician 

h.  184  E.  21st  1865 

Dodworth,  Thomas  Jefferson,  musician 

not  in  1866 
Dodworth,  Thomas  J.,  musician 

h.  ft.  E.  57th  1867 

h.  448  E.  57th  1868 

Dodworth,  Thomas  J.,  musician 

not  in  1869-1874 
Dodworth,  Thomas  J.,  music 

23  Union  sq.,  h.  Morrisania  1875 
Donaghue,  John,  musician 

rear  44  Prince  1830 

Dressier,  William.  See  Part  II. 
Duplessey,  Anthony,  musician 

near  Union-furnace  1803 

Dwpuy,  Lewis 

24  Reed  1797 
Dupuy,  Lewis,  musician 

345  Broadway  1798 
Dyer,  Samuel,  teacher 

44  Lumber  1826 
Dyer,  Samuel,  teacher  not  in  1827 
Dyer,  Samuel,  music  teacher 

44  Lumber  1828 

Brooklyn  1829 


MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


Earheart,  Sebastian,  musician 

4  Mulberry 

1791 

Eerhart,  John,  musician 

4  Mulberry 

1792 

Eberle,  Jacob,  musician 

67  Nassau 

1824-1825 

Eberle,  Frederick,  musician 

SO  Cross 

1826 

32  Laurens 

1827 

30  Sheriff 

1828 

Eberle,  Frederick,  musician 

not  in  1829 

Eberle,  Maria,  widow  of  Jacob,  fruiterer 

61  Church  1830 

Emmerson,  Christopher,  musician 

Barley  1802 

Erben,  Peter,  tanner 

209  William  1795 

Erben,  Peter,  tanner  not  in  1796 

204  William  1797 

Erben,  Peter,  grocer 

29  Division  1798 

49  Church  1799 

Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

83  Fair  1800 

23  George  1801-1806 

66  Mott  1807-1819 

Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music  not  in  1820 

101  Pump  n.  Mott  1821 

101  Pump  1822 

103  Pump  1823-1824 

Erben,  Peter,  music-teacher 

103  Pump  1825-1826 

125  Pump  1827-1828 

163  Walker  1829-1830 

Erben,  Peter,  prof,  of  music 

18  Avenue  D  1831 

369  Broome  1832-1834 

rear  136  Mulberry,  h.  210  Mott  1835 

Erben,  Peter,  music 

369  Broome  c.  Mott  1836-1841 

Erben,  Peter,  prof,  music 

369  Broome  c.  Mott  1842 

Erben,  Peter,  organ  mnf. 
r.  136  Mulberry,  h.  369  Broome  c.  Mott    1843 

Erben,  Peter,  prof,  music 

234  Henry  1844 

Erben,  Peter,  professor  of  music 

118  Prince  1845-1846 

110  Laurens  1847 

206  Mulberry  1848-1849 

Erben,  Peter,  musician 

206  Mulberry  1850 

Ernst,  Philip,  prof,  music 

90  Canal  1840 

68  Canal  1841-1842 

395  Broadway  4843-1845 

Ernst,  Philip,  professor  of  music  &  teacher 
of  the  flute  and  guitar,  —  a  fine  assort- 
ment of  guitars  &  Boehm  flutes  on  hand 

395  Broadway  1846 


1847-1848 

1849 

1850 

1851-1852 
not  in  1853 

1854 

1855 
1856 


Ernst,  Philip,  professor 

395  Broadway 
Ernst,  Philip,  prof,  music 

293  Broadway 
Ernst,  Phillip,  professor 

397  Broadway 
Ernst,  Philip,  prof,  of  music 

397  Broadway 
Ernst,  Philip,  prof,  of  music 
Ernst,  Philip,  music  teacher 

821  Broadway 
Ernst,  Philip,  music 

47  E.  12th 

55  E.  12th 
Ernst,  Philip,  teacher 

h.  47  W.  26th  1857 

Ernst,  Philip,  teacher  of  the  Boehm  flute 
and  music 

47  W.  26th,  h.  Morrisania  1858 

Ernst,  Philip,  teacher 

47  W.  26th,  h.  Morrisania  1859 

Ernst,  Philip,  teacher  of  the  flute  and  guitar 

47  &  49  W.  26th,  h.  49  W.  26th  1860 

Ernst,  Philip,  music 

47  W.  26th  1861 

47  W.  26th,  h.  311  Sixth  av.  1862 

h.  311  Sixth  av.  1863 

Ernst,  Philip,  professor  of  music 

h.  311  Sixth  av.  1864 

Ernst,  Philip,  musician 

h.  311  Sixth  av.  1865 

Ernst,  Philip,  music 

h.  311  Sixth  av.  1866 

Ernst,  Philip,  music  not  in  1867 

Ernst,  Philip,  prof,  of  music 

819  B'way,  southwest  corner  of  12th 
St.,  room  7  1868 

Etienne,  Denis,  musician 

14  Franklin  1818 
Etienne,  Denis,  musician  not  in  1819-1820 
Etienne,  D.,  teacher  of  music 

3  Courtlandt  1821 

Etienne,  D.,  teacher  of  music  not  in  1822 

Etienne,  D. 

11  Mercer  1823-1829 

31  Howard  1830 

Etienne,  D.  not  in  1831 

499  Broadway  1832 

Etienne,  D.  not  in  1833 

Etienne,  Dennis  G.,  prof,  music 
47  Mercer  1834-1835 

Everdell,  James,  musician 
34  Cedar  1798-1799 

245  Greenwich  1800 

252  Greenwich  1801-1802 

90  Chamber  -    1803-1804 

Everdell,  James,  musician  not  in  1805,  but 

listed  in  Trade  Directory  of  1805 

Everdell,  James,  musician  not  in  1806-1807 

15  Barclay  1808 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Everdell,  James,  musician,  continued 

255  Greenwich  1809-1815 

Bowery  n.  Grand  1816 

Everdell,  James,  musician  not  in  1817-1826 

88  John  1827 

240  Duane  c.  Greenwich  1828-1829 

54  Wooster  1830-1831 

303  Washington  1832 


1835 


1834 


Fairbanks,  Ranson  A.,  music  teacher 

185  Elm 
Farrier,  James,  musician 

rear  125  Clinton 
Fehrman,  Edward,  teacher  of  music  and 
the  German  language 

177  Grand 
Ferch,  Melchior,  musician 

at  the  Apollo,  Bowery  L 
Ferch,  Melchior,  musician 
Ferris,  Milchard,  musician 

33  Church 
Ferg,  Melgior,  tavern-keeper 

22  Church 
Melchior,  Ferch,  musician 

22  Church 
Fereck,  Melchior,  tavern  keeper 

24  Church 
Fereck,  Melchior,  tavern  keeper 
Ferch,  M.,  musician 

24  Church 
Ferrall,  Ann,  prof,  of  music 

8  Madison 

Ferrall,  Ann,  prof,  of  music       not  in  1831-1832 
Farrell,  Anna  L.,  music  teacher 


1834-1835 

1789 

not  in  1790-1792 


1793 
1794 
1795 

1796 

not  in  1797 

1798 
1830 


43  Cherry 

1833 

Ferrero,  Stephen,  musician 

21  Howard 

1835 

Ferrier,  John,  musician 

rear  102  Eldridge 

1835 

Foos,  George,  musician 

Greenwich 

1791-1792 

32  Church 

1793 

26  George 

1794 

Foos,  George,  musician 

not  in  1795 

cor.  Catharine  &  Little  Ann 

1796 

Little  Ann 

1797-1799 

Foos,  George,  grocer 

corner  Little  Ann 

1800 

corner  Little  Catharine 

1801 

corner  L.  Catharine  &  L.  Ann 

1802 

Foos,   George 

L.  Ann 

1803 

Elm 

1804 

Anthony 

1805 

Elm 

1806-1808 

117  Elm 

1809 

52  Elm 

1810-1811 

Foos,  George,  musician 

52  Elm 

1812-1815 

Foos,  George,  musician  not  in  1816 

52  Elm  1817-1818 

Forde,  Denham  L.,  painter 

5  York  1832 

Forde,  Denham  L.,  musician 

5  York  1833 

5  Centre  1834 

Francis,  John,  musician 

25  Provost  1830 

Francis,  John  S.,  musician 

25  Provost  1831 

Fraser,  widow  Eliza  I.,  teacher  of  music 

276  Greenwich  1819 

1  Chamber  1820 

Fraser,  Thomas,  musician 

45  Vande water  1802 

Frick,  Joseph,  musician 

8  Elizabeth  1834 

Gabel,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard  1791 

Bayard  St.,  Bowery  1792 

Geavel,  Henry,  musician 

cor.  of  Wine  &  Bayard  1793 

Gabel,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard  st.  (Bowery)  1794 

cor.  Bayard  &  Wine  1795 

cor.  Wine  &  Bayard  (Bow.)  1796 

Bayard,  cor.  of  Winne  1797-1798 

Cable,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard  1799 

Garval,  Henry,  music  teacher 

Bayard  1800-1801 

Goebell,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard  1802 

Galusha,  Elijah  B.,  music 

234  Broadway  1846 

Galusha,  Elijah  B.,  clerk,  cus.  ho. 

h.  47  Warren  1847 

Galusha,  Elijah  B.,  clerk,  cus.  ho.  asst. 
treas.  office 

h.  19  Warren  1848 

Garrison,  Cato,  laborer 

66  Murray  1807-1808 

Garrison,  Cato,  laborer  not  in  1809-1811 

Garrison,  Cato,  drummer 

245  William  1812 

34  Mulberry  1813-1814 
Garrison,  Cato,  mariner 

32  Mulberry  1815 
Garrison,  Christopher,  musician 

7  Duane  1827 

Augustus  n.  Pearl  1828 
Gauvreau,  Zephirin,  organist 

64  Gold  1830 
Gauvreau,  Zephirin,  organist              not  in  1831 

218  Rivington  1832 
Gear,  James,  musician 

161  Canal  1826 

35  Wooster  1827 


MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


Gear,  Joseph,  musician 

35  Wooster  1828 

Geib,  Adam.    See  Part  II. 
Geib,  George.    See  Part  II. 
Geib,  George  H.    See  Part  II. 
Gentil,  Peter  F.,  dancing  master 

I  George  1807 
Gentil,  Peter  F.,  music  master 

II  Barley  1808 
115  Duane  1809 
105^  Reed                                      1810-1823 

Gentil,  Peter  F.,  professor  of  music 
105^  Reed  1824-1828 

105^  Reade  1829-1835 

George,  Orion,  musician 

13  Broad  1791 

Gestenecker,  John,  musician 
109  Duane  1818 

22  Spruce  1819 

Gestenecker,  Anthony  &  Son,  musicians 
22  Spruce  1820 

Gerstenecker,  John  A.,  musician 

39  Elizabeth  1821 
58  Warren  1822 
115  Forsyth  1823 

Gerstenecker,  John  A.,  musician      not  in  1824- 

1825 
Gerstenecker,  Anthony,  musician 

10  Ann  1826 
Gerstenecker,  Anthony,  musician  not  in  1827 
Gerstenecker,  John,  professor  of  music 

69  James  1828-1829 

148  Duane  1830 
133  Chapel                                                 1831 

40  Grand  1832 
Gerstenecker,  John,  professor  of  music 

not  in  1833 
Gerstenecker,  John,  professor  music 
79  Crosby    "  1834-1835 

See  also  Kerstenecker 

Gideon,  Jacob,  trumpeter 

1  Republican-alley  1809-1810 
Frankfort  1811 

11  Republican  alley  1812 

2  Republican  alley  1813-1816 

149  Reed  1817 
Gideon,  Jacob,  trumpeter  not  in  1818-1824 
Gideon,  Tacob 

47  Barclay  1825 

Gilfert,  George.    See  Part  II. 
Gilfert,  Henry,  teacher  of  music 

32  Nassau  1802 

Gillingham,  George,  musician 

43  Lispenard  1819-1820 

Beach  n.  Chapel  1821-1824 

Glancy,  William,  musician 

27  Reed  1819 

Glenn,   Elijah  B.,   carpenter 

154  Thompson  1832 

Glenn,  Elijah  B.,  carpenter  not  in  1833 


Glenn,  Elijah  B.,  organist 

2  Sullivan  1834 

39  Wooster  1835 

Godone,  John,  prof,  music 

403^  Broadway,  h.  403^  Broadway  1850 
Godone,  John,  prof,  music  not  in  1851-1864 
Godone,  John,  prof. 

h.  278  W.  24th  1865-1866 

Godone,  John 

h.  60  W.  28th  1867 

Godone,  John,  music 

h.  60  W.  28th  1868 

h.  112  W.  28th  1869 

Godone,  John,  music  not  in  1870 

h.  112  W.  28th  1871 

Godone,  John,  music  not  in  1872 

Godoni,  John,  musician 

h.  112  W.  28th  1873-1874 

Godoni,  John,  music 

h.  112  W.  28th  1875 

Goldbergh,  J.  C,  teacher  of  pianoforte 

Greenwich  cor.  Harrison  1803-1804 

Goldbergh,  J.  C.  listed  under  Music  Professors 
in  Trade  Directory  of  1805 
Goodwin,  Thomas,  musician 

135  Grand  1829 

134  Wooster  1830-1832 

7  Vandam  1833-1835 

Gorrin,  Cyprian,  teacher  music 

404  Broadway  1835 

Goward,  Isaac,  belles  lettres  teacher 

371^  Grand  1830 

Goward,  Isaac,  prof,  music 

152  Nassau  &  371^  Grand  1831 

Goward,  Isaac,  teacher 

371^  Grand  1832-1833 

241  Bowery  1834 

252  Bowery  1835 

Grenier,  Jacob,  professor  of  music 

60  Chapel  1812 

62  Chapel  1813 

Greenier,  Jacob,  professor  of  music 

62  Chapel  1814 

Grenier,  Gabriel,  teacher 

62  Chapel  1815 

Griffiths,  H.  C,  composer 

300,  538  &  773  Broadway,  h.  772 
Greenwich  1855 

Haggenmacher,  I.  H,  prof,  music 


17  Chatham 

1830 

70  Mott 

1831 

10  Division  &  30  Pell 

1832 

10  Division 

1833 

Hall,  Joshua,  prof,  music 

29  Clarke  c.  Spring 

1835 

Hall,  William,  musician 

229  Sullivan 

1829-1830 

Hall,  William,  musician 

not  in  1831 

10 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Hall,  William,  painter 

229  Sullivan  1832-1833 

Hall,  William,  musician 

229  Sullivan  1834-1835 

Hallet,  James,  musician 

7  Charlotte'  1809-1810 

Hallet,  James,  musician  not  in  1811 

83  Hester  1812 

Broome  n.  Corlaer's  hook  1813-1814 

Corl-hook  n.  Broome  1815-1816 

Water  n.  Gouverneur  1817-1818 

Mechanic-alley  1819 

Grand  n.  East  River  1820 

Grand  n.  Mangin  1821-1822 

528  Grand  n.  Arundel  1823 

Mangin  n.  Broome  1824 

551  Grand  1825- 

Hallet,  James,  musician  not  in  1826 

536  Grand  1827 

538  Grand  1828-1829 

509  Grand  1830 

538  Grand  1831-1832 

Hallock,  Eliza,  music  teacher 

105  Mercer  1827 

Hamlet,  George,  musician 

169  Duane  1826 

Hammerman,  George,  musician 

2  Church  1792 

Hammerman,  George,  musician  not  in  1793 

Himmelman,  George,  musician 

27  Church  1794 

Himmelman,  George,  musician  not  in  1795- 

1796 

29  Church  1797 
Himmelman,  George,  musician  not  in  1798 

243  Broadway  1799-1803 

9  Ann  1804 

27  Bedlow  1805-1806 

upper  end  Chapel  1807-1808 

62  Chapel  1809 

30  Cedar  1810 
6  Carlisle  1811-1813 

Hance,  J.  F.,  music  master 

76  Canal  1826 
Hance,  J.  F.,  music  academies 

12  Mercer  and  43  Barclay  1827 
Hance,  J.  F.,  music  academies  not  in  1828-1830 
Hance,  James,  prof,  music 

45  Barclay  1831 
Hanville,  John,  music  master 

36  Cross  1811 
Harden,  William,  musician 

55  Walker  1813 
Harden,  William,  grocer 

Sixth  c.  Hester  1814 

Grand  c.  Fourth  1815 
Harden,  widow  of  William 

Water  n.  Gouverneur  1816 
Harvey,  Joseph,  musician 

Chambers  1789 


Harvey,  Joseph,  musician  not  in  1790 

4  Mulberry  1791 
Haskins,  Annah  K.,  teacher  of  music 

181  Fulton  1819 

181  Fulton  &  576  Pearl  1820 

Hayden,  Palmer,  musician 

5  Allen  1829 
Haynes,  Elizabeth,  teacher 

Greene  c.  Spring  1821 

Haynes,  Elizabeth,  teacher  music  &  drawing 

449  Broome  1822-1824 

Healy,  Ithamar,  farmer 

36  Reed  1800 

Healy,  Ithamar,  farmer  not  in  1801 

Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

143  Division  1802-1806 

145  Division  1807-1812 

Stanton  c.  Ridge  1813-1814 

30  Lombardy  1815-1816 

Healy,  widow  of  Ithamar 

Stanton  n.  Ridge  1817 

Heidelberg,  Charles,  music  teacher 

135  East  Broadway  1832 

108  Madison  1833 

39  Lispenard  1834-1835 

Heinrich,  A.  P.,  prof,  music 

41  Liberty  1843-1844 

Heinrich,  A.  P.,  prof,  music      not  in  1845-1848 
Heinrich,  Anthony  P.,  composer 

351  Broome  1849 

Heinrich,  Anthony  P.,  musician 

351  Broome  1850 

Heinrich,  Anthony  P.,  musician      not  in  1851 
Heinrich,  Anthony  Philip,  music 

15  Rivington  1852 

Heinrich,  Anthony  Philip,  music      not  in  1853 
Heinrich,  Anthony  P.,  prof,  music 

15  Rivington  1854 

Heinrich,  Anthony  P.,  musician 

15  Rivington  1855 

Heinrich,  Anton  P.,  musician 

15  Rivington  1856-1857 

Heinrich,  Anton  P.,  music 

h.  15  Rivington  1858 

Heinrich,  Anton  P.,  musician 

h.  11  Wooster  1859 

Heinrich,  Anthony  P.,  composer 

h.  11  Wooster  1860 

Heinrich,  A.  P.,  musician 

h.  3  Carroll  pi.  1861 

Heinrich,  Antoine,  pianomkr. 

h.  151  Elizabeth  1862 

Henry,  Mons.,  musician 

69  Chambers  1797 

Herrman,  Joseph  Lidel,  teacher  of  music 

72  Liberty  1834 

Hewitt,  James.    See  Part  II. 
Higgins,  Isaac,  musician 

17  Harman  1811 

28  Pell  1812 


MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


11 


Higgins,  Merrit,  musician 

17  Charlotte  1813 

17  Pike  .  1814 

Higgins,  Merrit,  musician         not  in  1815-1819 
Higgins,  Morris,  shoemaker 
•  14  Pump  1820 

52  Pump  1821-1822 

Higgins,  Morris,  musician 

553  Broome  1823-1835 

Hill,  Levi,  music  master 

235  Division  1829 

Hill,  Uri  K.,  teacher  of  music 

12  Broad  1811-1812 

Hill,  Uri  K.,  teacher  of  music      not  in  1813- 

1814 
Hill,  Uri  K.,  music  master 

8  Fair  1815 

Hill,  Uri  K.,  music  master      not  in  1816-1817 
Hill,  Uri  K.,  prof,  of  music 

208  William  1818 

Hudson  c.  Duane  1819-1822 

Hill,  Uri  G,  prof,  of  music 

Hudson  c.  Duane  1823 

Hill,  Uri  G,  prof,  of  music  not  in  1824 

Hill,  Ureti  G,  prof,  of  music 

29  Hudson  1825 

Hill,  Ureti  G,  prof,  of  music  not  in  1826 

Hill,  Uri  G,  prof,  of  music 

259  William  1827 

57  Cross  1828 

Hill,  T.  G,  prof,  music 

430  Pearl  1829 

Hill,  U.  T.,  prof,  music 

430  Pearl  1830 

Hill,  U.  G,  prof,  music 

166  William  1831 

29  Madison  1832 

Hitchcock,  B. 

67  Mulberry  1809-1811 

Hitchcock,  Barnes,  musician 

rear  67  Mulberry  1812 

Hitchcock,  George,  black  musician 

73  Lombardy  1821 

136  Bancker  1822 

Hitchens,  widow  Ann,  music  teacher 

Pearl  c.  Centre  1830 

Hodge,  William,  musician 

538  Pearl  1826-1827 

Hodge,  William,  musician  not  in  1828 

Hodge,   William 

19  Thomas  1829 

Hodge,  William  not  in  1830 

Hodge,  William,  musician 

33  Leonard  1831-1832 

Hoffman,  George,  musician 

475  Greenwich  1835 

Hoffman,  James  H,  musician 

307  Washington  1798 

Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician 

E.  Washington  or  40  Barclay  1799 


Hoffman,  J.  H,  musician,  continued 

71  Church  1800 

Catharine  1801-1803 

Anthony  1804 

Hoffman,  J.  H,  musician,  and  grocer 

Anthony  1805-1807 

Hoffman,  J.  H,  musician 

51  Anthony  1808-1814 
50  Anthony  1815-1828 

Hoffman,  James  H,  musician 

50  Anthony  1829-1830 

Anthony  1831 

50  Anthony  1832 

Hoffman,  James  H,  musician  not  in  1833 

Hoffman,  James  H,  merchant 

52  Spring,  h.  50  Anthony  1834 
Hoffman,  Warren  M.,  musician 

rear  12  Mott  1833 

282  Grand  1834-1835 

Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

95  Fair  1789-1792 

4  George  1793 

25  George  1794 

187  William  1795-1798 

78  Nassau  1799-1806 

52  Roosevelt  1807 

Holden,  David,  fidler 

Bedlow  1803 

Holland,  R.  B.,  pro.  of  music 

155  Chamber  1817 

102  Eldridge  1818 

Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

2  Old  Slip  1792-1793 

10  Old-slip  1794 

Holies,  Thomas,  musician 

10  Old-slip  1795 

Holies,  Thomas,  musician  not  in  1796 

Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

29  Cheapside  1797 

29  Oliver  1798 

Hollis,  Thomas,  musician  not  in  1799 

68  James  1800-1802 

Hollis,  Thomas,  musician  not  in  1803-1808 

Hollis,  Thomas,  grocer 

Duane  corner  Cross  1809 

Hollis,  Thomas,  grocer  not  in  1810 

Hollis,  Joseph,  musician 

519  Greenwich  1811 

Holloway,  I.,  painter 

18  Grand    '  1827 

Holloway,  John,  professor  of  music 

18  Grand  1828-1830 

360  Broome  1831 

18  Grand  1832-1833 

Hoofmaster,  Fredk.,  musical  instru.  maker 

Market  c.  Lombardy  1820 

Hofmaster,  Fredk.,  musician 

Goerck  n.  Grand  1821 

Hofmaster,  Fredk.,  musician     not  in  1822-1829 


12 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Hofmaster,  Fredk.,  professor  music 
5  Centre  1830 

49  Lispenard  1831 

Hornung,  John,  physician 
2  Mulberry  1817 

1  Mulberry  1818 

Hornung,  John,  musician 
73  Chapel  1819 

Canal  c.  Hudson  1820 

Hornung,  John,  musician  and  grocer 

Hudson  c.  Canal  1821-1824 

Hornung,  John,  musician 

Canal  n.  Greenwich  1825 

2\7y2  Canal  1826 

Hornung,  John,  musician  not  in  1827 

Horning,  John,  musician 
217^  Canal  1828" 

Hornung,  John,  musician 
26  Hamersley  1829-1830 

Howard,  James,  musician 
Fourth  n.  Bowery  1828 

Floward,  James,  musician  not  in  1829 

38  Amity  1830 

Hulett,  Charles  S.,  prof,  music 
470  Broadway  1833 

Hutett,  Charles,  prof,  music 
115  Bleecker  1834 


1823 

1833 

1839 

1840-1841 

1842 

1843-1846 


Irwin,  William,  musician 

42  Washington 
Iucho,  Wilhelm,  prof,  of  music 

42  Gr.  Jones 
Ives,  Elam,  prof,  music 

502  Broadway 

65 7 ]/2  Broadway 

417  Houston 
Ives,  E.  jr.,  prof,  music 

417  Houston 
Ives,  Enos  E.  jr.,  prof,  music 

609  Broadway  1847 

Ives,  Enos  E.  jr.,  prof,  music        not  in  1848 
Ives,  E.  jr.,  teacher  music 

598  Broadway  1849 

Ives,  E.  jr.,  musician 

598  Broadway  1850 


Jackson,  George  K.,  musician 

Greenwich-market  1802 

Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  musician 

19   Murray  1803 

Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  professor  of  music 

2  Pine  1804 

92  Greenw.  1805-1806 

119  Bowery  1807 

278  Bowery  1808 

278  Bowery  &  17  Dey  1809-1810 

278  Bowery  &  14  Wall  1811 

380  Bowery  and  14  Wall  1812 


Jackson,  James,  musician 

100  Chapel 

1830-1831 

43  Thomas 

1832 

12  Thomas 

1833-1834 

Jackson,  Joseph  L.,  musician 

389  Grand 

1834 

391  Grand 

1835 

Jacob,  Peter,  musician 

Church 

1790 

Jacobi,  Peter,  musician 

Church 

1791-1792 

27  Church 

1793 

36  Church 

1794-1797 

Jacobi,  Peter,  musician 

not  in  1798 

Jacobus,  Peter,  musician 

39  Church 

1799 

41  Church 

1800 

Jacobus,  Peter,  musician 

not  in  1801 

41  Church 

1802 

14  Thomas 

1803-1804 

Jacobus,  Peter,  musician      in  Trade  Directory 

of  1805  only 
Jacoby,  Peter,  music  master 
83  Chapel  1806 

40  Barley  1807 
47  Reed                                                      1808 

Jamieson,  Malvina,  teacher  music 

41  Leonard  1831 
Jamison,  Alexander,  musician 

8  Grand  1829 

Jamieson,  Alexander,  musician 

142  Bowery  1830 

Jean,  Pierre,  musician 

11  Chamber  1804 

Johnson,  Andrew,  musician 

Dyes  1787 

Johnson,  Andrew,  musician  not  in  1789-1791 
Johnston,  Andrew,  musician 

46  Dye  1792 

Barclay  1793 

Johnson,  Ann,  music  teacher 

25  Dey  1826-1827 

Johnson,  John,  musicianer 

Crown  1790 

Johnston,  John,  musician 

Lombard  1791 

Johnston,  John,  musician  not  in  1792-1793 
Johnson,  John  A.,  musician 

55  Barclay  1794 

251  Greenwich  1795 

Johnson,  John  A.,  musician  &  tavern 

251  Greenwich  1796-1797 

Johnson,  Nathaniel,  musician 

1  Collect  1812 

Jones,  Abner,  prof,  music 

414^  Grand  1831 

Jones,  Abner,  professor  music 

45  Murray  1832-1835 

Jones,  David  E.,  musician 

rear  83  Sullivan  1835 


MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


13 


Kamrnerer,  Joseph,  music  teacher 
34  Eldridge  1830 

Church  1831 

Kamrnerer,  Joseph,  music  teacher      not  in  1832 

Kamrnerer,  Joseph,  prof,  music 
4  Division  1833 

8  Elizabeth  1834 
Kearns,  John,  musician 

74  Mulberry  1821 

51  Augustus  1822 

9  Catharine-lane  1823 

94  Cross  1824 
Keene,  Samuel,  music  teacher 

43  Morton  1832 

Keene,  Samuel,  music  teacher  not  in  1833 

Keene,  Samuel,  pictures 

128  Broadway  1834 

Kelly,  Francis,  musician 

Little  Catharine  1799 

13  Tryon-row  1800-1801 

Kendall,  Frederick,  prof,  of  the  harp 

524  Pearl  1832 

37  White  1833 

Kendall,  Alfred,  prof,  of  the  harp 

1  King  1834 

Kendall,  Frederick,  musician 

95  Grand  1835 
Kendall,  Thomas,  musician 

12  King  1835 

Kerksieg,  Erich.    See  Part  II. 
Kerstenecker,  Anthony 

3  Mott  1811 

Kerstenecker,  Anthony,  musician 

3  Mott  1812 

91  Chapel  1813-1814 

316  Broadway  1815 

Kerstenecker,  Anthony,  musician       not  in  1816 
Kerstenecker,  Anthony 

23  Warren  1817 

See  also  Gestenecker. 

Kiel,  Francis,  musician 

179  Duane  1811-1812 

Kale,  Francis,  music  master 

179  Duane  1812 

King,  Charles,  musician 

117  Mott  1832 

King,  Mott,  musician 

Cross  1801 

King,  Mathew,  musician 

333  Broadway  1802-1804 

King,  Mathew,  musician       in  Trade  Directory 

of  1805 
King,  Matthias,  musician 

333  Broadway  1806 

King,  Matthias,  musician  not  in  1807 

King,  Mathew,  musical  instrument  maker 

34  Essex  1808 

King,  Mathew,  musical  instrument  maker 

not  in  1809-1810 

34  Essex  1811-1816 


King,  Mathew .  .  . ,  continued 

36  Essex  1817-1821 

King,  Mathew,  musical  instrument  maker 

not  in  1822-1824 
King,  Mathew,  cabinet  maker 

49  Spring  *  1825-1826 
King,  W.  A.,  prof,  music 

33  Hubert  1834 

Kinsella,  Mr.,  teacher  of  the  flute.    Pupil 
of  the  celebrated  Brown  of  Canada * 

72  Courtlandt  1809 

Kinsela,  Mr.,  teacher  of  flute  &  flageolet 2 

144  Greenwich  1813 

Kinsela,  Mr.,  teacher  of  German  flute* 

190  John  &  Broadway  1814 

Kinsella,    Mr.,   prof,   of   German   flute 
single  &  double  flageolet " 

201  Broadway  1816 

Kinsella,   Mr.,  musician,   instruction  on 
flute  &  flageolet 5 

31  Warren  1817 

Kinsella,  Mr.,  teacher  of  flute,  flageolet, 

etc.6  1819 

Kinsella,  Mr.,  teacher  on  the  flute 

181  Broadway  1823 

Kinsella,  George,  professor  of  music 7 

174  Broadway  1824 

5  Gold  1825 

Kinsella,  George,  professor  of  music 

not  in  1826 
Kinsella,  George,  prof,  of  music 8 

297^  Broadway  1827 

Kinsella,  George,  prof,  of  music      not  in  1828 
Kinsella,  George,  music  teacher 9 

297^  Broadway  1829-1830 

Knaible,  Andrew,  musician 

108  Division  1833 

Knight,  Edward,  prof,  music 

489  Broome  1828 

204  Hudson  1829 

Knight,  Edward,  professor  of  music 

50  Walker  1830 
Krollman,  John,  musician 

415  Greenwich  1828 

Kutz,  Frederick,  rule  maker 

395  Broome  1829 

Kutz,  Frederick,  rule  maker  not  in  1830 

Kutz,  Frederick,  musician 

42  Forsyth  1831 

1  New  York  Evening  Post,  Nov.  13,  1809. 

2  New  York  Commercial  Advertiser,  Sept.  25,  1813. 

3  New  York  Evening  Post,  Oct.  20,  1814 

4  New  York  Evening  Post,  June  4,   1816. 
3  New  York  Evening  Post,  Jan.  2,   1817. 

6  "Has  returned.  Apply  Messrs.  Geib,  Maiden  Lane." 
New  York  Evening  Post,  Nov.  6,  1819. 

7  "Removed  to  44  Broad  St.  Lesson  in  pianoforte  flute 
and  flageolet."  New  York  Evening  Post,  Nov.  3,  1824. 

8  "Has  reopened  his  Studio  for  instruction  on  the  flute 
297 Yi  Broadway."  New  York  Evening  Post,  Nov.  13, 
1827. 

8  "Kinsella,  Mr.  teacher  of  piano  has  returned  to  the 
city  and  now  ready  for  pupils  —  Atlantic  Hotel  7 
B'way."  New  York  Evening  Post,  Dec.  16,  1830. 


14 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Kutz,  Frederick,  musician,  continued 
93  Ludlow  1832 

Kutz,  Frederick,  rule  etc.  maker 
300  Broadway  1833 

Kutz,  Frederick,  prof,  music 

156  Orange  1834 

Kyle,  Alexander,  music  teacher 

110  Canal  1828 

110  Chapel  1829 

110  Canal  1830 

Kyle,  Alexander,  music  teacher 

not  in  1831-1833 

Kyle,  Alex.,  musician 
118  Franklin  1834 

Lanckenau,  Richard,  professor  music 

48  Delancey  1830-1835. 

Lannay,  Lewis,  professor  of  music 

62  Spring  1825 

Lannay,  Lewis,  professor  of  music 

not  in  1826-1827 
Lannay,  Lewis,  musician 

1  Chambers  1828 

Lannay,  Lewis,  musician  not  in  1829 

Lannay  jr.  P.  A.,  dancing  master 

208  Broadway  1830 

Lannay,  Lewis 

188  Chrystie  1831 

Lannay,  Pierre,  pension  francais 

152  Fulton  1831-1832 

Lannay,  Pierre,  prof,  dancing 

351  Grand  1832-1833 

24  Barrow  1834 

Laurent,  Jaques  Rene,  prof,  of  music 

Rivington  n.  Bowery  1812 

Crosby  c.  Bleecker  1813-1814 

Laurent,  James  Rene,  prof,  of  music 

Crosby  n.  Bleecker  1815 

141  Crosby  1816-1817 

Ledwith,  John,  musician 

Neilson's-alley 
Leon,  John,  teacher  of  music 

92  Duane 
Leonard,  Elias,  musician 

52  Chapel 
Leslie,  Peter  W.,  musician 

17  Rivington 
Leslie,  Patrick  W.,  musician 

13 .  Stanton 

14  Stanton 
Lilly,   Samuel,  teacher  of  languages, 
mathematics  and  music 

117  William 
Loss,  Christian,  music  teacher 

34  Dey 

69  Dey 
Lothian,  Napier,  musician 

373  Grand 
Luke,  Charles,  musician 

16  Catherine-slip 

Bayard  c.  Mulberry 


1808 

1823 

1805 

1832 

1833 
1834 


1795 

1797 
1798 

1835 

1821 
1822 


Luke,  Charles,  musician 
Luke,  Charles,  painter 

196  Division 
Luke,  Charles,  painter 
Luke,  Charles,  musician 
196  Division 
rear  198  Division 


not  in  1823 

1824-1825 
not  in  1826-1829 

1830 
1831-1832 


1834 
1835 

1819 
1820 

1821 

1822 

1823-1824 

1819 
1820 

1821 


1807 


1831 


McCaffrey,  Patrick,  prof,  music 

250  William 

45  James 
M'Crea, ,  musician 

24  Bancker 
80  Varick 

M'Crea,  James,  musician 

308  Spring 

Broome  c.  Varick 

80  Varick 
M'Gloen, ,  music  master 

122  Anthony 

25  Augustus 
M'Gloen,  Edward,  music  master 

25  Augustus 
M'Kenna,  James,  musician 

11  Moores  row 
M'Kenzie,  John  &  Wm,  harmony-hall 

Duane  c.  William 
Mallat,  Francis,  musician 

22  Reed  1819 

Mallat,  Francis,  musician        not  in  1820-1828 
Mallet,  Francis,  dancing  master 

49  Lispenard  1829 

Mallet,  Francis  D.,  dancing  master 

85  Varick  1830-1831 

Mallet,  Francis  D.,  dancing  master  not  in  1832- 

1833 
Malley,  Francis,  mus.  inst.  maker 

21  Leroy  1834 

32  Tenth  1835 

Maroncelli,  Piero,  teacher  music  etc. 

66  Lispenard  1834-1835 

Marrener,  William,  segarmak.  &  musician 

116  Church  1821 

146  Church  1822-1823 

Marrener,  William,  segarmak. 

146  Church  1824 

Marrener,  William,  segarmak.  not  in  1825-1832 
Marrenner,  William,  musician 

12  Thomas  1833 
l$y2  Thomas  1834 

Marrenner,  Peter  William,  musician 
10H  Thomas  1835 

Marschhausen,  Theodore,  musician 
250  Greenwich  1812 

208  William  1813 

Marschhausen,  Theodore,  musician    not  in  1814 
250  Greenwich  1815 

Marchausen,  Theodore,  musician 
70  Chamber  1816-1817 

47  Barclay  1818 


MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


15 


Marschhausen,  prof,  of  tuning 

64  Barclay  1818 

Marschheausen,  Theodore,  prof,  of  tuning 

91  Warren  1819-1820 

Marschhausen,  Theodore,  prof,  of  tuning 

91  Warren  1821-1824 

Marschausen,  Theodore,  prof,  of  tuning 

62y2  Barclay  1825-1827 

Marschausen,  Theodore,  prof,  of  tuning 

not  in  1828 
Marschhausen,  Theodore,  prof,  of  tuning 

62y2  Barclay  1829-1835 

Marshall,  Thomas  J.,  musician 

14  Gouverneur    "  1827-1828 

60  Gouverneur  1829 

428  Water  1830 
35  Stanton                                         1831-1835 

Martin,  Angelica,  prof,  music  &  dancing 

19  Warren  1820 

Martin,  William,  professor  of  music 
Burrows  1822 

255  Spring  1823 

150  Spring  1824-1835 

Martineux,  German 

429  Broadway  1818 
Martineux,  German  not  in  1819-1820 
Martineux,  German,  musician 

rear  25  Elm  1821-1822 

rear  94  Duane  1823 

Martino,  German,  pro.  of  music 

78  Chapel  1824 

Martinez,  Antonio,  music  teacher 

19  Park  pi.  1840 

Martinez,  Antonio,  music  teacher      not  in  1841 
Martini,  Thomas,  prof,  music 

90  Canal  1842 

Martini,  Thomas,  prof,  music         not  in  1843 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  prof,  of  music 

99  Mercer  1844 

Martinez,  Antonio  C,  prof,  of  music 

not  in  1845 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  music  teacher 

498  Broadway  1846 

Martinez,  Antonio  C. 

58  Bleecker  1847 

Martinez,  Antonio  C,  impor. 

57  Water,  h.  58  Bleecker  1848 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  professor  of  music 

h.  58  Bleeckr  1849 

Martinez,  Antonio  C,  music 

58  Bleecker  1850-1851 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  music  not  in  1852 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  prof,  music 

106  Av.  4  1853 

Martinez,  Antonio  C,  professor 

106  Fourth  Av.  1854 

Martinez,  Antonio  C,  prof,  music 

h.  99  W.  11th  1855 

Martinez,  Antonio  C,  prof. 

90  Twelfth  1856 


1859 
1860 

1861 
1862 

1863-1866 
1867-1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 
not  in  1873 


Martinez,  Antonio  C,  prof.  not  in  1857 

h.  153  W.  22d  1858 

Martinez,  Antonio  C,  music 

h.  141  W.  53d 

h.  141  W.  22d 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  prof. 

h.  141  W.  22d 

h.  141  W.  33d 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  music 

h.  141  W.  33d 

h.  215  W.  33d 
Martinez,  Antonio,  music 

h.  215  W.  33d 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  prof. 

h.  215  W.  33d 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  musician 

h.  215  W.  33d 
Martinez,  Antonio  C,  musician 
Martinez,  E.  C,  teacher 

h.  215  W.  33d  1873 

Martinez,  Antonio  C,  music 

h.  215  W.  33d  1874 

Martinez,  Antonio  C,  musician 

h.  215  W.  33d  1875 

Massue,  musician 

41  Chamber  1800 

Meetz,  Richard 

50  Warren  1809 

Meetz,  Richard,  teacher  of  music 

50  Warren  1810 

Meetz,  Raymond,  teacher  of  music 

50  Warren  1811 

45  Chamber  1812-1814 

Meetz,  Raymond,  teacher  of  music  not  in  1815 
Meetz,  Raymond,  musician 

45  Chapel  1816 

Meetz,  Raymond,  musician  not  in  1817 

Meets,  Raymond,  music  store 

10  Maiden-lane  1818 

10  Maiden-lane  &  B'way  1819 

Meetz,  Raymond,  music  store 

280  Broadway  1820 

Meetz,  Raymond,  music  store,  &  teacher 

327  Broadway  1821-1822 

Meets,  Raymond,  music  store,  &  teacher 

327  Broadway  1823 

Metz,  Raymond,  music  store 

325  Broadway  1824 

Meetz,  Raymond,  music  store 

325  Broadway  1825-1826 

Meetz,  Raymond,  prof,  of  music 

83  Lispenard  1827 

83  Leonard  1828-1836 

Metz,  Edmond,  musician 

5  Division  1828 

197  Wooster  1829 

197  Greene  1830-1831 

Metz,  Julius,  prof,  of  music 

20  Lispenard  1828 

64  Lispenard  1829 


16 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Metz,  Julius,  prof,  of  music,  continued 
14  Walker  1830-1832 

7  Mercer  1833-1835 

Meyers,  David  L.,  musician 
96  King  1832 

63  Vandam  1833 

Mickelangelo,  Guiseppe,  musician 


61  Canal 

1828 

Miller,  Frederick,  musician 

Bayard  c.  Elizabeth 

1827 

Miller,  Frederick,  carver 

44  Beaver 

1828 

Miller,  Frederick,  carver 

not  in  1829 

Miller,  Frederick,  tailor 

138  Centre 

1830 

484  Greenwich 

1831 

57  Chapel 

1832 

Miller,  Frederick,  musician 

102  Cherry 

1833 

5  Suffolk 

1834 

376  Water 

1835 

Mills,  David,  laborer 

144  Bancker 

1816 

Mills,  David,  laborer 

not  in  1817 

Mills,  David,  fiddler 

144  Bancker 

1818-1819 

Mills,  David,  shoemaker 

106  Bancker 

1820 

Mills,  David,  fiddler 

146  Bancker 

1821-1822 

Milon,  S.,  professor  of  music 

\%y2  Reed 

1825-1827 

190  Chaple 

1828 

84  Walker 

1829 

Minieuse,  William,  teacher  of  French  and 
music 

34  Warren  1801 
Moffat,  Patrick,  mercht. 

284  Broadway  1815 

Moffat,  Patrick,  mercht.  not  in  1816 

Moffat,  Patrick,  musician 
70  Chapel  1817 

Moffatt,  John,  professor  of  music 
23  Warren  1815-1816 

Chapel  1817 

Moller,  John  C,  pro.  of  music 
80  Barclay  1796 

58  Vesey  1797 

Washington  1798-1799 

Hudson  1800-1801 

Moller,  John  C,  pro.  of  music  and  organist 
Hudson  1802-1803 

Molleston,  S.,  (colored)  musician 

35  William  1833 
Monk,  .Stephen,  music  teacher 

170  Elm  1831 

19  Bowery  1832 

Moore,  Thomas,  musician 
2  Crosby  1821-1825 

32  Thompson  1826 


Moore,  Thomas,  musician        not  in  1827-1834 

184  Varick  1835 

Moran,  Augustus,  musician 

31  Oak 
Moran,  Augustus,  musician 
M or and,  A. 

142  William 

140  William 

22  Chatham 
Morand,  Augustus,  grocer 

367  Pearl 
Morand,  Augustus 

45  Warren 

6  Cross 

17  Ann 

149  Reed 
Morand,  Augustus,  musician 

166  William 
Morand,  Augustus,  musician 

166  William 

68  MacDougal 
Morand,  Augustus,  prof,  music 

166  William 

1  Mott 
Morand,  Augustus,  confectioner 

166  William 
Moran,  P.  K.,  musician 

60  Barclay 

15  N.  Moore 
Moran,  P.  K.,  musician 

27  Warren 
168  Broadway 

Moran,  P.  K. 

17  N.  Moore  1823 

Moran,  P.  K.  not  in  1824 

Moran,  P.  K.,  professor  of  music 

Canal  n.  Thompson  1825 

126  Broadway  1826 

Moran,  P.  K.,  professor  of  music      not  in  1827 
Moran,  P.  K.,  teacher  of  music 

144  Wooster 
Moran,  Peter  K.,  musician 

say  55  or  59  Lispenard 

89  Varick 
Morozzi,  A.,  musician 

407  Broadway 
Morozzi,  Anglio,  musician 

28  Chrystie 
Morozzi,  Angiolo 

149  Division 
Mulligan,  Owen,  laborer 

30  Henry 
Mulligan,  Owen,  musician 

31  Market 
Mulligan,  Owen,  musician  and  grocer 

31  Market  1816-1817 

Grand  c.  Goerck  1818 

Munson,  Peter 
Grand  c.  Essex  1814 


1816 
not  in  1817 

1818 
1819 
1820 

1821 

1822 

1823-1825 

1826 

1827 

1828-1829 

not  in  1830 

1831 

1832 

1833 
1834 

1835 

1818 
1819 
not  in  1820 
1821 
1822 


1828 

1829 
1830 

1827 

1828 

1829 

1813-1814 

1815 


MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


17 


Munson,  Peter  H.,  musician 

Willet's-wharf  1815 

Bleeker   n.    Bowery  1816 

Munson,  Peter  H.,  musician  not  in  1817-1818 
Munson,  P.  H.,  musician 

Bedford  n.  M'Dougal  1819 

Munson,  P.  H.,  musician  not  in  1820 

Munson,  P.  H.,  musician  and  bask.  mak. 

Twelfth  n.  Fort  Gansevoort  1821-1823 

Munson,  jr.,  Reuben,  grocer 

253  Bowery  1826 

Munson,  jr.,  Reuben 

Brooklyn  1827 

Munson,  jr.,  Reuben,  teacher  music 

4  Stanton  1828 

Munson,  jr.,  Reuben,  music  teacher 

4  Stanton  1829 

Munson,  jr.,  Reuben,  professor  music 

4  Stanton  1830-1833 

322  Bowery  1834 

146  Forsyth  1835 

Murray,  Edwin,  physician 

66  Prince  1831 

Murray,  Edwin,  musician 

66  Prince  1832-1835 

Myers,  Matthias,  musician 

159  Centre  1833 

26  Hester  1834 

28  Hester  1835 
Myler,  William,  musician 

29  George  1797 
Myler,  William,  musician  not  in  1798 
Mylar,  William,  tavern 

10  Water  1799 

Myler,  widow,  Betsey 
Barley  1800-1801 

Nash,  Francis  H,  prof,  music  (see  Brad- 
bury &  Nash) 

99  Forsyth  1844-1847 

65  Thompson  1848 

Nash,  Francis  H,  professor  of  music 

411  B'way,  h.  65  Thompson  1849 

411  B'way,  h.  224  Spring  1850 

413  B'way,  h.  510  Broome  1851 

Nash,  Francis  H.,  musician,  pianos  for 
sale  &  to  let 

510  Broome,  h.  510  Broome  1852-1853 

Nash,  Francis  H.,  music 

510  Broome,  h.  511  Broome  1854 

Nash,  Francis  H,  pianos 

423  Broadway,  h.  510  Broome  1855 

Nash,  Francis  H.,  musician 

h.  510  Broome  1856 

Nash,  Francis  H,  music 

h.  510  Broome  1857 

Nash,  Francis  H,  musician 

h.  510  Broome  1858 

Nash,  Francis  H.,  musician      not  in  1859-1860 


Nash,  F.  H.,  musician 
8  Bible  h.,  h.  Eltona 
8  Bible  h. 

Nash,  William,  music  teacher 
2  Greene 


1861 
1862 

1829 


Nicholas,  ,  musician 

49  Chamber 

1802 

Nicholas,  ,  musician 

not  in  1803 

Nicholan, ■,  musician 

21  U.  Reed 

1804 

Nicholan, ,  musician 

in  Trade  Directory 

of  1805 

Nicolas,  

21  U.  Reed 

1808 

20  Reed 

1809 

Nicolas, 

not  in  1810-1811 

Nicolas,  Gabriel,  musician 

20  Reed 

1812-1814 

Gabriel,  Nicola 

105  Reed 

1815 

Gabriel,  Nicola 

not  in  1816 

Nicola,  Gabriel 

105  Reed 

1817 

Nidds,  William,  musician 

455  Pearl 

1832-1835 

Niles,  Wallis,  musician 

43  Lombard 

1805 

45  Lombard 

1806 

43  Lombard 

1807 

Niles,  Wallis,  musician 

not  in  1808 

Niles,  Wallace,  musician 

53  Lombard 

1809 

Niles,  Walace,  musician 

53  Lombardy 

1810 

Niles,  Walace,  musician 

not  in  1811 

Niles,  Wallace,  musician 

32  Mulberry 

1812 

Niles,  Wallace,  musician 

not  in  1813-1814 

Niles,  Wales,  musician 

65  Mulberry 

1815 

Niles,  Wallace,  musician 

65  Mulberry 

1816-1817 

Norton,  William,  prof,  of 

music 

60  Leonard 

1819 

Norton,  William 

126  Leonard 

1820 

Norton,  William,  merchant 

128  Leonard 

1821 

Noser,  Joseph,  musician 

44  Centre 

1835 

Noth,  Sebastian,  tavern 

73  Barclay 

1804 

Noth,  Sebastian,  tavern 

not  in  1805-1807 

Note,  ,  musician 

46  Augustus 

1808 

Note,  Sebastian,  musician 

22  Magazine 

1809 

21  Magazine 

1810 

Note,  Sebastian,  musician 

not  in  1811 

MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Noth,  Sebastian,  musician 

rear  37  Augustus 

1812 

Noth,  Sebastian,  musician         not 

in  1813-1814 

Note,  Sebastian 

37  Augustus 

1815 

Note,  Sebastian 

not  in  1816 

Noth,  Sebastian,  money  collector 

rear  37  Augustus 

1817 

Nowetteny,  ,  musician 

7  Spring 

1826 

Nowetteny, ,  musician 

not  in  1827 

Nowotney,  Ignace,  musician 

81  Greene 

1828-1829 

Nowotney,  Ignace,  musician 

not  in  1830 

Nowotny,  Ignatius,  musician 

122  Norfolk 

1831 

47  Delancey 

1832-1833 

Nowotny,   Ignacius,  musician 

88  Mulberry 

1834 

Nowotny,  Ignatius,  musician 

88  Mulberry 

1835 

Oakey,  Martin,  drummer 

625  Washington 
Oakley,  William  H.,  musician 

22  Stanton 

112  Second 
Oakley,  William  H.,  music  teacher 

112  Second 

4  Av.  1 

57  Bayard 
Oakley,  William  H.,  music  teacher 
Oakley,  William  H.,  music 

57  Bayard 
Oakley,  William  H.,  music      not  h 
Oakley,  William  H.  &  Co.,  music 

37  Third  av. 
Oakley,  William  H.  &  Co.,  music 
Oakley,  William  H.,  music 

h.  48  E.  11th 
O'Brian,  Charles,  musician 

Lumber 
Otto,  Henry,  prof,  music 

30  Pell 

116  Chatham 

21  Ann 


Palmer,  P.,  accountant 

235  Bowery 
Palmer,  P.,  musician 

235  Bowery 
Pardie,  ,  musician 

105  Duane 
Pattison,  J.  N.,  prof. 

109  E.  14th,  h.  79  W.  17th 

109  E.  14th 
Pattison,  John  N.,  prof. 

109  E.  14th,  h.  E.  83d  n.  Second  av 
Pattison,  John  N.,  pianos 

48  E.  23d,  h.  605  Fifth  av. 


1827 


Pattison,  John  N.  &  Co.,  pianos 

48  E.  23d 

48  E.  23d,  h.  451  E.  57th 

48  E.  23d 
Pattison,  John  N.  &  Co.,  pianos 
Pattison,  John  H,,  musician 

h.  317  Second  av. 
Pattison,  John  H.,  artist 

h.  211  E.  34th 
Pchellas,  John  F.  W.,  teacher  of  music 


1870 

1871 

1872 

not  in  1873 

1874 

1875 


116  Leonard 

51  Lispenard 

156  Bowery 

49  Canal 

151  B'way,  h.  12  James 

146  Elm 

71  Varick 
Pearson,  Joseph,  music  master 

39  White 

15  York 

90  Cedar 
Pearson,  Sidney.    See  Part  II. 
Peck,  Lawrence,  baker 

246  Canal 
Peck,  Lawrence,  baker 


1825-1826 
1827 
1828 
1829 
1830 

1831-1834 
1835 

1828 

1829 

1830-1835 


1826 
not  in  1827 


1840-1841 

Peck,  Lawrence,  musician 

1842 

138  Centre 
Pelissier,  Victor,  musician 

1828 

1843 

58  Ann 

1797-1798 

1844-1846 

135  William 

1799-1801 

1847-1849 

Pelissier,  Victor,  musician  and  millinery 

not  in  1850 

store 

135  William 

1802 

1851-1853 

Pelissier,  Victor,  musician,  millinery 

store 

,  1854-1856 

77  Chatham 

1803 

Pelissier,  V.,  prof,  of  music,  millinary 

store 

1857 

77  Chatham 

1804 

not  in  1858 

Pelissier,  V.,  prof,  of  music 

1  George 

1805-1806 

1859-1863 

Pelissier,  Mrs.,  milliner 

99  Beekman 

1805 

1799 

166  William 
Pelissier,  Widow,  milliner 

1806-1807 

1832 

166  William 

1808 

1833 

59  Division 

1809 

1834 

Pelissier,  Widow,  millener 

4  Harman 

1810 

Pelissier,  Widow,  milliner 

1817 

4  Harman 

1811 

Pelissier,  Widow,  milliner        not  in 

1812-1814 

1818 

Pelissier,  Victor 

282  Greenwich 

1815 

1818 

Pelissier,  Victor 

Pallisier,  Victor,  composer  of  music 

not  in  1816 

1867 

17  Mulberry 

1817 

1868 

Perkins,  Theodore,  prof,  music 

434  Broome,  h.  146  W.  16th 

1863-1865 

av.      1869 

See  also  Part  II. 

Perrossier,  James,  musician 

1870 

1  Jacob 

1810 

MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


19 


Petrossier,  James,  musician 

17  George  1811 

Perossier,  James,  musician 

17  George  1812-1813 

15  George  1814 

Peterschen,  William,  musician 
123  Canal  1823 

Peterschen,  William,  musician  not  in  1824 

Canal  n.  Hudson  1825 

205  Canal  n.  Hudson  1826 

Harrison  C.  West  1827 

90  Bayard  1828-1829 

90  Mott  1830 

Peterschen,  William,  prof,  music 
90  Mott  1831-1835 

Peterson,  Daniel,  musician 

48  Bedlow  1806 
Petrie,  James,  vocalist 

111  Spring  1825 

72  Bayard  1826 
2  Franklin  1827 
110  Madison  1828 

Pierpont, ,  musician 

251  William  1820 

Pierre,  Henry,  musician 

49  Cedar  1807-1812 
Pier,   Henry,   musician 

40  Cedar  1813-1814 

49  Cedar  1815 

64  Cedar  1816 

Pier,  widow,  Judith,  washwoman 
64  Cedar  1817 

Pierson,  Nicholas,  musician 
rear  141  Leonard  1822 

Pilkington,  H.  W.,  professor  of  music 
33  Provost  1824 

130  Church  1825 

Pilkington,  H.  W.,  professor  of  music 

not  in  1826 

Pilkington,  H.  W. 
199  Church  1827 

Pilkington,  H.  W.,  music  teacher 
199  Church  1828-1829 

Pilkington,  H.  W.,  music  teacher 

not  in  1830-1832 

Pilkington,  prof,  music 

73  Fulton  1833 
Pilkington,  H.  W.,  prof,  music 

99  Beekman  1834-1835 

Pinchard,  John  P.,  musician 
88  Mulberry  1834-1835 

Pirsson,  Alexander,  piano  forte  mak. 
26  Church  1822 

Pirsson,  Alexander,  piano  forte  mak. 

not  in  -1823-1824 

Pirsson,  Alexander  T.,  teacher  pianoforte 
26  Church  1825 

Fifth  n.  6  Ave.  1826 

585  Broome  1827-1828 


Pirsson,  Alexander  T.,  music  teacher 
193  Hudson  1829 

329  Hudson  1830-1831 

Pirsson,  Alexander  T.,  music  teacher 

not  in  1832 

Pirsson,  Alexander  T.,  organist 
146  Wooster  1833-1835 

Pirsson,  William,  teacher 
417  Pearl  1799-1801 

near  Potters-field  1802-1803 

Pirsson,  William,  teacher  not  in  1804 

Pirssons,  Win.,  teacher 
Washington,  corner  Jay  1804 

14  Doyer  1805 

Pirssons,  Wm.,  teacher  not  in  1806 

Pirsson,  Wm.,  teacher 
14  Doyer  1807 

16  Doyer  1808-1809 

12  Pump  1810 

206  Bowery  1811 

Mott  n.  Spring  1812 

Pitman,  George,  musician 
7  Bedford  1833 

Plain,  William,  music  teacher 
71  James  1827 

28  Chrystie  1828-1829 

259  William  1830 

63  Thompson  1831-1832 

Plain,  William,  music  teacher  not  in  1833 

Plain,  William,  musician 
63  Thompson  1834 

69  Sullivan  1835 

Piatt,  John 
74  Chapel  1820 

Piatt,  John,  musician 
84  Chapel  1821 

Plimpton,  Job,  teacher 
12  Beekman  1806-1807 

27  Liberty  1808 

Plimpton,  Job,  teacher  not  in  1809 

Plimpton,  Job 

35  Chatham  1810 
Plimpton,  Job  not  in  1811-1812 
Plimpton,  Job,  academy 

23  Whitehall  1813 

Plimton,  Job,  academy  &  musician 

23  Whitehall  1814 

Plimton,  Job,  academy  &  musician 

not  in  1815-1819 
Plimpton,  Job,  teacher 

76  Duane  1820 

Plimpton,  Job,  teacher  not  in  1821-1831 

Plimpton,  Job,  pro.  music 

36  Lispenard  1832 
Poyer,  William  J.,  haircutter 

3  Leonard  1833 

Poyer,  William  J.,  musician 
33  Sullivan  1834 

12  Thomas  1835 


20 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Price,  James  B.,  prof,  music 

47  Wall,  h.  59  Grand  1835 
Priestley,  Samuel,  profess,  of  music 

115^2  Division  1818 

Prince,  David,  musician 

49  Henry  1805-1806 

Prudhomme,  Angelica,  music  teacher 

149  Chambers  1825 

Prudhomme,  Angelica,  prof,  of  music 

149  Chambers  1826 

Prudhomme,  Angelica,  prof,  of  music 

not  in  1827 
Prudhomme,  Angelica  M.,  teacher  music 

48  Vestry  1828 
Purcady,  Henry,  musician 

6  Barley  1802-1803. 

Purcady,  Henry,  musician  not  in  1804 

Purcady,  Henry,  professor  of  music 

40  Chamber  1805 

Rabbeson,  W.  A.,  turner 

Christopher  n.  Bedford  1820 

Rabbeson,  W.  A.,  teacher 

Christopher  n.  Bedford  1821 

Rabbeson,  W.  A.,  turner 

40  Reed  1821-1822 
Rabbeson,  W.  A.,  turner  not  in  1823 
Rabbeson,  Werter  A.,  teacher  music 

44  Roosevelt  1824 

Rabbeson,  Werter  A.,  music-teacher 

Mulberry  1825 

136  Leonard  1826 

Rabbeson,  Werter  A.,  music-teacher 

not  in  1827-1833 
Rabbeson,  Werter  A.,  upholsterer 

30  Prince  1834 

Reevling,  John,  musician 

Bayard  st.  (Bowery)  1795 

Reevling,  John,  musician  not  in  1796 

Winne  1797 

Reiff,  Anthony,  musician 

13  Thompson  1831 
151  Walker  1832 
17  Renwick  1833 
9  Thompson                                        1834-1835 

Reily,  Michael,  music  teacher 

223  Elizabeth  1835 

Rice,  John,  master  of  music 

3  Courtlandt  1791-1792 

Richards,  Henry,  musician 

72  Murray  1812 

Ridle,  Frederick,  musician 

14  Orchard  1835 
Riley,  E.    See  Part  II. 

Riley,  Edward  C.    See  Part  II. 
Roberts,  Clement,  musician- 

149  Church  1825 

Robinson,  Thomas,  musician 

41  Robinson  1819 


Robinson,  Thomas,  musician     not  in  1820-1821 

Canal,  n.  Chapel  1822 

41  Sullivan  1823 

Rogers,  Christopher,  professor  music 

136  Spring  1832 

136  Canal  1833-1835 

Rogers,  James,  musician 

157  Reed  1813 

406  Broadway  1814 

25  Elm  1815 

Rogers,  James,  grocer 

81  Duane  1816 

Rogers,  James,  musician 

81  Duane  1817-1820 

64  Warren  1821 

75  Chatham  1822 

Rogers,  James,  musician  not  in  1823-1825 

89  Orange  1826 

Rogers,  James,  musician  not  in  1827 

52  Cross  1828 

Rogers,  James,  musician  not  in  1829-1831 

41  Forsyth  1832 

Rogers,  Samuel,  musician 

37  Howard  1823 

Rollo,  John  H,  music  teacher 

527  Broadway  1829 

77  Thompson  1830 

Roose,  Salvatore,  musician 

50  Leonard  1834 

Rotharmel,  Francis,  mason 

118  Bowery  1816 

Rotharmel,  Francis,  mason       not  in  1817-1818 

Rothermel,  Francis 

Broome  c.  Eldridge  1819 

Elm  n.  Grand  1820 

Rothermel,  Francis,  musician 

278  Front  1821 

Roualt,  Joseph,  gardener 

Broome  1809 

Roualt,  Joseph,  musician 

37  Chatham  1810 

Ronault,  Joseph,  musician 

37  Chatham  1811 

Rouault,  Joseph,  musician 

58  Warren  1812-1813 
61  Church  1814-1815 

Ronault,  Joseph,  musician 

59  Church  1816 
Rouault,  Joseph,  musician 

59  Church  1817 

126  Chamber  1818-1819 

Rouault,  Joseph,  musician         not  in  1820-1822 

155  Chamber  1823 

182  Fulton  1824-1825 

Rush,  Frederick,  musician 

209  Broadway  1794 

Rush,  Frederick,  musician         not  in  1795-1796 

Rausch,  Frederick,  musician 

289  Broadway  1797 

209  Broadway  1798-1799 


MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


21 


Rausch,  Frederick,  pro.  of  music 

127  Broadway  1800-1803 

54  Maiden,  Lane  1804 

Rausch,  Frederick,  pro.  of  music 

not  in  1805-1810 

60  Maiden-lane  1811-1814 

Rausch,  Frederick,  professor  of  music 

43  White  1815-1819 

Rausch,  Frederick,  professor  of  music 

not  in  1820 


43  White 

1821-1822 

Russel,  Asher,  musician 

65  Reed 

1794 

46  Church 

1795 

Ryves,  Thomas,  musician 

72  Forsyth 

1831 

rear  72  Forsyth 

1832-1833 

369  Bowery 

1834 

Rives,  Thomas,  musician 

39  Elizabeth 

1835 

Sage,  Harris.    See  Part  II. 

St.  Luke,  John,  musician 

145  Grand 

1833-1834 

Saliment,  George  E.,  prof,  of  music 

62  Wall 

1794 

39  Liberty 

1795-1800 

Saliment,  George  E.,  prof,  of  music 

not  in 

1801-1803 

Saliment,  widow 

27  Nassau 

1804 

Schaffer,  Elizabeth,  music  teacher 

8  Avenue  2d 

1835 

Schemling,  Peter  A.,  prof,  music 

168  Spring 

1824 

Schmelger,  Francis,  musician 

rear  59  Crosby 

1835 

Schmidt,  Henry,  teacher  music 

268  Hudson 

1832 

581  Broome 

1833 

96  Watts 

1834 

150  Greenwich 

1835 

Schott,  A.,  musician 

426  Broadway 

1830 

Schott,  Adam,  musician 

13  Thompson 

1831 

Schrick,  Anthony,  teacher  of  music 

193  Bowery 

1827 

168  Elm 

1828-1829 

Schrick,  Anthony,  teacher  of  music 

not  in 

1830-1833 

Schrick,  Anthony 

49  Canal 

1834 

Schrick,  Anthony,  prof,  music 

31  Greene 

1835 

Sconcia,  John  A.,  music-teacher 

' 

271  Elizabeth 

1835 

Seymour,  Isaac,  musician 

Barley 

1798 

Seymour,  Isaac,  musician                not  in  1799 

Samo,  Isaac,  music-teacher 

51  Vesey 

1800 

Samo,  Isaac,  music-teacher        not  in 

1801-1803 

Samo,  Isaac,  grocer 

60  Chamber 

1804-1808 

120  Chamber 

1809-1810 

Samo,  Isaac,  grocer                 not  in 

1811-1816 

Samo,  Isaac,  musician 

68  Chapel 

1817 

2  Clarke 

1818 

73  Chapel 

1819-1820 

126  Duane 

1821-1824 

Samo,  Isaac,  musician               not  in 

1825-1827 

126  Duane 

1828-1830 

100  Duane 

1831 

113  Varick 

1832 

63  Vandam 

1833 

19  Renwick 

1834 

Siffes, ,  musician 

396  Mott 

1809 

Siffes, ,  musician                 not  in 

1810-1811 

Siffert,  John  C,  music-teacher 

51  Anthony 

1812 

Sinclair,  John,  musician 

173  Elizabeth 

1831 

124  Mott 

1832 

Smith,  Peter,  professor  of  music 

69  Barclay 

1812 

Reed  c.  Chapel 

1813-1814 

Smith,  Peter  S.,  professor  of  music 

205  Church 

1822 

Smith,  Peter  S.,  professor  of  music 

not  in 

1823-1826 

Smith,  Peter  A.,  professor  of  music 

217  Spring 

1827 

Smith,  Peter  A.,  professor  of  music 

not  in  1828 

Smith,  Peter,  musician 

43  Essex 

1829 

Smith,  Peter  A.,  music  teacher 

242  Bowery 

1830-1831 

Smith,  Peter  A.,  music  teacher          not  in  1832 

Smith,  Peter  A.,  teacher  music 

305  Grand 

1833 

9\y2  Bowery 

1834 

Spencer,  Frederick,  glasscutter 

118  Ludlow 

1832 

Spencer,  Frederick,  musician 

9  Clarke 

1833 

Spencer,  Frederick,  glasscutter 

206  Stanton 

1834 

118  Ludlow 

1835 

Stanley,  Robert  S.,  musician 

1  MacDougal 

1835 

Stans,  Jacob  A.,  prof,  music 

62  Leonard 

1834 

159  Church 

1835 

Stansbury,  Silas,  musician 

58  Chatham 

1796 

384  Pearl 

1797 

22 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Stayner,  Thomas,  musician 

Pump  near  Third 

1806 

72  Pump 

1807 

27  Bayard 

1808 

50  Chatham 

1809 

44  Chatham 

1810 

35  Chatham 

1811 

Stayner,  widow,  Mary 

248  Greenwich 

1812 

Stella,  Albina,  teacher  singing 

66  Canal 

1834-1835 

Stevens,  Peter,  musician 

169  Church 

1835 

Stevens,  Reuben,  grocer 

Orange 

1804-1805 

Stevens,  Reuben,  drum-major 

Orange 

1806 

Rynder  near  Grand 

1807 

83  Nassau 

1808 

Stevens,  Reuben,  mariner 

Anthony 

1809 

Stuart,  Sarah,  widow  of  John,  music 

teacher 

78  Orchard 

1831 

Taylor,  Abraham,  musician 

530  Broadway 

1821 

Taylor,  Abraham,  musician 

not  in  1822 

Taylor,  Abraham,  music  teacher 

Bowery-hill 

1823 

Taylor,  Abraham,  music  teacher 

not 

in  1824-1825 

Taylor,  Abraham,  prof,  music 

Bank  n.  Greenwich 

1826 

Fourth  n.  Broadway 

1827 

Taylor,  Abraham,  prof,  of  music 

Fourth  n.  Broadway 

1828 

Fourth  n.  Mercer 

1829-1830 

139  Fourth 

1831-1832 

Taylor,  Abraham,  prof,  music 

139  Fourth 

1833 

314  Fourth 

1834 

Taylor,   Abraham,  p.  of  music 

314  Fourth 

1835 

Taylor,  George,  teacher  of  music 

19  Minetto 

1829 

60  Carmine 

1830 

110  North 

1831 

237  Elizabeth 

1832 

Taylor,  George,  teacher  of  music 

not  in  1833 

Taylor,  George,  prof,  music 

657  Water 

1834 

593  Greenwich 

1835 

Taylor,  James  B.,  music  teacher 

38  Crosby 

1833-1835 

Taylor,  P.  H.,  teacher  of  music 

3  Cortlandt 

1824-1827 

3  Cortlandt  &  583  Broome 

1828 

5  Cortlandt  &  Mulbm.  n.  Bleecker          1829 

Taylor,  P.  H.,  music  teacher 

16  Cortlandt  1830 

Taylor,  Patrick  H.,  music  teacher 
69  Franklin  1831-1832 

say  53  Franklin  1833 

Taylor,  Patrick  T.,  musician 
42  Wooster  1824 

Taylor,  Samuel  P.,  organist 
Front  st.  Brooklyn  1811 

Taylor,  William,  music  professor 

Chrystie  c.  Stanton  1825-1826 

20  Stanton  1827 

102  Mott  1828 

128  Bowery  1829 

Taylor,  William,  music  professor       not  in  1830 

Taylor,  William,  professor  of  music 
453  Broome 
213  Greene 

75  Hudson 
Thibault, ,  professor  of  music 

10  Walker 

Provost  n.  Chapel 
Thibeaust,  Charles 

26  Walker 
Thibault,  Charles,  professor  of  music 

26  Walker 

26  Lispenard 

26  Walker 
Thibault,  Charles 

6  Thompson 

15  Walker 
Thibault,  Charles,  music  master 

15  Walker 
Thibault,  Charles 

15  Walker 
Thomas,  Alexander,  musician 

76  Chapel 
Thornton,  Thomas,  musician 

Asylum  n.  Perry 

57  Fourth 
Toderhorst, ,  music  teacher 

109  Water 
Torp,    Otto1 

25  Murray 
Torp,  Otto,  prof,  music 

87  Greene 

465  Broadway 
Torp,  Otto,  music  store 

465  Broadway 
Torp,  Otto,  music 

465  Broadway 

229  Broadway 

229  Broadway,  h.  8  Commerce 

435  Broadway,  h.  378  Houston 

h.  378  Houston 
Torrence,  Edward,  musician 

98  Eastbroadway 


1831 
1832 
1833 

1818 
1819 

1820 

1821-1822 

1823 

1824-1825 

1826 
1827 

1828 

1829-1830 

1830 

1831-1833 
1834-1835 

1822 

1831 

1832-1833 
1834 

1835-1836 

1837 
1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 

1835 


1  "Teacher  of  Spanish  guitar  and  singing.  Lately  ar- 
rived from  Europe."  New  York  Evening  Post, 
May  23,  1828. 


MUSICIANS,  MUSIC  TEACHERS,  ETC. 


23 


Tracey,  Andrew  H.,  musician 

57  Fair 

1792-1793 

217  William 

1794-1795 

Tracy,  Andrew  H.,  musician 

458  Pearl 

1796 

Tragetta,  Philip,  prof,  of  music 

James  n.  Greenwich 

1815 

Trajetta,  Philip,  prof,  of  music 

Jones  n.  Greenwich 

1816 

Bowery  n.  Art 

1817 

Traub,  Charles,  professor  of  music 

26  Mulberry 

1822 

148  Crosby 

1823 

Trust,  Henry,  harpist 

52  Howard 

1832 

Trust,    Henry  J.,  harpist 

422  Broadway 

1833 

188  Canal 

1834 

40  Reade 

1835 

Twells,  David,  musician 

5  Tryon-row 

1791 

102  Water 

1792-1793 

Twells,  David,  cooper 

288  Water 

1794 

Twells,  David,  musician 

1  Hague 

1795 

Twells,  David,  cooper 

Top  of  Jews  alley 

1796 

50  Bancker 

1797 

Ul  shaffer,  George,  musician 
39  William  1789 

Ulsheffer,  George,  musician 
50  Nassau  1790 

Ulshaffer,  George,  musician 
50  Nassau  1791 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 
50  Nassau  1792 

10  Nassau  1793 

19  Dutch  1794-1795 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician  &  grocer 

102  Broad,  corner  of  Pearl  1796 

3  John  1797-1800 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 
3  John  1801-1805 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  music 
3  John  1806-1811 

10  Nassau  1812-1813 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  musick 

10  Nassau  1814 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  music 
3  Cedar  1815-1817 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  music 

not  in  1818 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  teacher  of  music 
3  Cedar  1819-1820 

2  Cedar  1821-1824 

Ulshoeffer,  George 
459  Broadway  1825 

22  Reed  1826 


Unger,  Ferdinand 

54  Howard  1834 

Unger,  Ferdinand,  prof,  music 

52y2  Howard  1835 

65  White  1836 

Unger,  Ferdinand  C,  prof:  music 

96  Grand  1837 
229  Broadway  1838 

Unger,  Ferdinand  C. 

229  Broadway,  h.  141  MacDougal  1839 

435  Broadway,  h.  55  Barrow  1840 

385  Broadway,  h.  55  Barrow  1841 

385  Broadway,  h.  57  Amos  1842 

Unger,  Ferdinand  C,  pianomaker 

57  Amos  1843 

32  King  1844 

Unger,  Ferdinand  C,  pianomaker       not  in  1845 

Unger,  Ferdinand  C. 

97  Bank  1846 
141  Macdougal  1847 
231  Fifth  1848 
10  Hamersley  1849 

Utt,  Peter.   See  Part  III. 


Valleau,  Gardner,  music  master 

151  Madison 

1832 

Value,  Peter,  music-master 

58  Anthony 

1806-11 

Vanhagen,  Peter  A.,  organist 

Barclay 

1791 

Van  Hagen,  Peter  A.,  organist 

Barclay 

1792 

14  Dye 

1793 

near  the  Collect 

1794 

Van  Hagen,  Peter  A.,  professor  of 

music 

34  Dey 

1795 

Van  Hagen,  Peter  R.,  professor  of 

music 

34  Dey 

1796 

Varmvik,  John,  musician 

38  Cross 

1810 

Viella,  L.,  teacher  of  music 

21  Duane 

1817 

Viella,  L.,  teacher  of  music 

not  in 

■  1818 

Viella,  Louisa,  music  school 

21  Duane 

1819 

Viella,  Mrs.  Louise,  music  school 

59  Reed  n.  B'way 

1820 

Viella,  Louisa,  music  school 

59  Reed 

1821 

Vultee,  Lewis,  musician 

272  Broome 

1828 

Vultee,  Louis  H,  musician 

77  Delancey 

1829 

34  Eldridge 

1830 

Vultee,  Louis  H,  musician      not  in  1831 

-1833 

Vultee,  Louis  H.,  prof,  music 

34  Orchard 

1834 

142  Bowery 

1835 

Vultee,  William  A.,  musician 

24  Eldridge 

1830 

140  Walker 

1831 

24 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Vultee,   William   A.,   prof,   music 

78  Norfolk  1832 

Vultee,  William  A.,  prof,  music  not  in  1833 
Vultee,  William,  musician 

38  Chrystie  1834-1835 

Wainwright,   Thomas,    organist 

99  Reade  1832 

Walker,  George.    See  Part  II. 
Walker,  Stephen,  music  master 

215  Mott  1826 

Wall,  Mathew,  harper 

454  Grand  1834 

Wallace,  John,  musician 

74  Grand  1832-1833 

103  Murray  1834-1835 

Warner,  William  A.,  shoemaker 

55  Fourth  1834 

Warner,  William  A.,  musician 

87  Barrow  .1835 

Watson,  John,  music-teacher 

29  Hubert  1835 

Watts,  Chas.,  cabinet  &  mus.  inst.  maker 

29  Broad  1789 

Watts,  Chas.,  cabinet  &  mus.  inst.  maker 

not  in  1790-1796 
Watts,  Charles,  musician 

116  Flymarket  1797-1798 

Weekly,  Bartholomew,  musician 

11  Jews  alley  1810 

Weekly,  Bartholomew,  musician  not  in  1811 
Weekley,  B. 

36  Bancker  1812 

Weldon,    Ira.   See   Part   IV. 


Weldon, ,  teacher  of  music 

44  Dey 

1797 

Weldon,  ,  teacher  of  music 

not  in  1798- 

1799 

Weldon,  Peter,  professor  of  music 

76  Chamber 

1800-1801 

178  Greenwich 

1802 

Weldon,  Peter 

53  Robinson 

1803 

Hudson 

1804 

Duane  cor.  of  Greenwich 

1805 

296  Greenwich 

1806-1807 

Barley  corner  Chapel 

1808 

Wex,  Joseph,  teacher  music 

72  Liberty 

1834 

Williams,  Peter  S.,  drummer 

Washington 

1807 

Williams,  Richard  L.,  teacher  pianoforte 

102  Liberty 

1825 

49  Sullivan 

1826 

Williams,  Richard  L.,  teacher  pianoforte 

not  in  1827 

Williams,  Richard  L.,  prof,  music 
7  Cross  1828-1829 

Lispenard  c.  Broadw.  1830 

Williams,  Richard  L.,  prof,  music      not  in  1831 
161  Bowery  1832 

Williams,  Thomas,  musician 
24  Pell  1835 

Willis,  James,  teacher  music 
415  Greenwich  1835 

Willson,    Charles,    teacher    of    music 

115  Wooster  1830-1831 

Wilson,  Charles,  prof,  music 
115  Wooster  1832-1833 

Willson,    Charles,  prof,  music 

115  Wooster  1834-1835 

Wilson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 
330  Greenwich  1804 

42  Robinson  1805 

foot  of  Reed  1806 

262  Greenwich  1807-1810 

56  Dey  1811 

62  Broadway  1812 

Wilson,  Joseph,  accountant 
32  Lumber  1813 

32  Delancey  1813 

Wilson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 

16  Maiden-lane  1814 

Willson,  Joseph,  music  store 

16  Maiden-lane  1815 

14  Maiden-lane  1816-1819 

Wilson,  Joseph,  music  store 

14  Maiden-lane  1820 

Willson,  Joseph,  music  store 
62  Warren  1821 

Willson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 
24  North  More  1822 

Wood,  William,  musician 

112  Eldridge  1827 

103  Mott  1828 

Wood,  William,  jr.,  musician 
106  Mott  1829-1830 

109  Spring  1831-1833 

Wood,  William,  musician 
248  Spring  1834 

Worsley,  Joshua  W.,  musician 

159  Bancker  1818 

41  Oak  1819 

Worsley,  Joseph  W.,  musician 

12  James  1820-1822 

14  James  1823 

Wright,  William,  music  teacher 
315  Hudson  1831 

Wright,  William,  organ  builder 
315  Hudson  1832 

Wynveal,  I.,  musician 
277  Greenwich  1813-1814 


PART  II 

Publishers,  Printers,  Lithographers,  and  Dealers 


Ackerman,  George,  printer 

116  Liberty  1829 

3  Reade  1830-1831 

Ackerman,  George,  music  printer 
3  Reade  1832-1836 

40  Vestry  1837 

Ackerman,  George  W.,  music  printer 
527  Pearl  1838-1839 

228  Church  1840 

146  Mulberry  1841 

Ackerman,   George  W.,  music  printer 

not  in  1842-1846 

Ackerman,  George  W.,  printer 

169  Fulton,  h.  450  Broome  1847 

r.  25  Howard,  h.  11  Marion  1848 

r.  25  Howard,  h.  5  W.  Broadway  pi. 

1849-1851 
r.  25  Howard,  h.  217  Mulberry       1852-1853 

Ackerman,    George    W.,    printer,    listed 
as  music  printer  in  Classified  Direc- 
tory of  1853 

Ackerman,  George  W.,  music  engraver 
377  &  379  Broadway,  h.  210  Mulberry      1854 

Ackerman,  George  W.,  printer 
377  Broadway,  h.  210  Mulberry  1855 

r.  53  Mercer,  h.  210  Mulberry  1856 

Ackerman,  George  W.,  engraver 
r.  53  Mercer,  h.  210  Mulberry  1857 

Ackerman,  George  W.,  printer 

r.  53  Mercer,  h.  210  Mulberry  1858 

Ackerman,  George  W.,  engraver 

r.  53  Mercer,  h.  210  Mulberry  1859 

Ackerman,  George  W.,  printer 
r.  53  Mercer,  h.  210  Mulberry  1860 

r.  53  Mercer,  h.  78  Spring  1861 

h.  78  Spring  1862 

Ackerman,  George  W.,  engraver 
h.  157  W.  38th  1863 

Ackerman,  Georgiana  W.,  wid.  George 
h.  182  E.  21st  1864 

Ackerman  &  Co.  Samuel,  eng.  &  cop.  pi. 
prin. 
63  Vesey  1829 

63  Vesey,  h.  311  Wash.  1830 

17  Ann,  h.  579  Broome  1831-1832 

Ackerman,  Samuel,  eng.  &  cop.  pi.  prin. 

17  Ann,  h.  13  Renwick  1833-1834 

17  Ann,  h.  10  Renwick  1835 

Ackerman,  Samuel,  engraver 1 
212  Greenwich,  h.  10  Renwick        1836-1838 
212  Greenwich,  h.  Avenue  9th  1839 

212  Greenwich,  h.  Avenue  9th  n.  Nine- 
teenth 1840-1842 


1  "A    Song"    by    R.    S.    M.    Bonchitte,    cop.    1836,    S. 
Ackerman,    17   Ann. 


Ackerman,  Sam.,  engraver 
75  Barclay,  h.  93  Av.  9  1843 

93  Av.  9  1844 

Ackerman,  Sam.,  engraver  not  in  1845 

128  Fulton,  h.  Brooklyn  1846-1847 

89  Nassau,  h.  129  Hudson  Av.,  Brooklyn  1848 
Adams,  Thomas  G,  copper  plate  printer 

23  Chatham  1812 

Adams,  Thomas  G,  copper  plate  printer 

not  in  1813 

Adams,  Thomas,  copper  plate  printer 

56  Roosevelt  1814 

8  Warren  1815-1817 

Adams,  Thomas,  copper  plate  printer 

not  in  1818 

Adams,  Thomas,  music  store 
29  Chatham  1819 

29  Chatham,  h.  29  Spring  1820 

Allen,  Francis  D.,  printer 
3  Grand  1818 

Allen,  Francis  D. 

131  Bowery  1819 

67  Christie  1820 

Allen,  Francis  D.,  printer 

Harman  n.  Market  1821 

100  Reed  1822 

43  Hudson  1823 

Allen,  Francis  D.,  music  and  bookstore 

43  Hudson  1824 

Allen,  Francis  D.,  appr.  Lomb.  Asso. 

189  Duane  1825-1826 

Allen,  Francis  D.,  agent 
490  Broadway  1827 

302  Broadway  1828 

97  Crosby  1829 

Allen,  Francis  D.,  printer 
74  Greene  1830-1831 

90  Grand  1832 
85  Mercer  1833 
570  Greenwich  1834 
31^  Spring  1835 
110  Wooster  1836 

Allen,  Francis  D.,  sen.,  printer 
110  Wooster  1837 

254  Bowery  1838 

Allen,  Francis  D.,  sen.,  printer  not  in  1839-1842 

Allen,  F.  Davis,  printer 
298  Bowery  1843 

127  Orange  1844 

134  Walker  -  1845 

368  Broome  1846 

108  Eldridge  1847 

Allen,  Francis  D. 
465  Pearl,  h.  457  Fourth  1848 


[25] 


26 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Allen,  Francis  D.,  printer 
73  Chatham,  h.  204  Av.  3  1849-1850 

Allen,   Thomas,  stationer  and  bookseller 
16  Queen  and  corner  of  Fly-market        1787 

Allen,  Thomas,  bookseller  and  stationer 

16  Queen  1789-1790 

corner  of  Queen  and  Flymarket  1791 

Allen,  Thomas,  bookseller,  stationer  & 
printer 
12  Queen  1792 

Allen,  Thomas,  bookseller  and  stationer 

12  Queen  1793 

181  Pearl  1794 

186  Pearl  1795-1798 

Allen,  Thomas,  bookseller 

186  Pearl  1799 

Andre,  August,  imp.  music 

145  Elm  1843 

Andre,  Anthony,  imp.  music 
25  John  1844 

Andre,  Anthony,  music 
25  John  1845-1848 

Appel,  John 
221  Broadway  1812 

Appel,  John,  music  st. 
208  Broadway,  &  62  Anthony  1812 

Appel,  John 
208  Broadway  1813-1814 

196  Broadway  1815 

Atwill,  Joseph  F.,  music  store 

137  Broadway  .     1833 

201  Broadway  1834 

201  Broadway,  h.  53  Wooster  1835 

Atwill,  Joseph  F.,  music 
201  Broadway,  h.  53  Wooster  1836-1837 

201  Broadway,  h.  119  Franklin        1838-1841 
201  Broadway,  h.  121  Franklin  1842 

201  Broadway,  h.  59  Laight  1843-1848 

300  Broadway,  h.  59  Laight  1849-1850 


Bacon,  George.    See  Part  III. 
Baillie,  James,  picture  frames 

37  Anthony  1838 

148  Leonard  1839 

Baillie,  James,  picture  frames  not  in  1840 

Baillie,  James,  artist 

100'  Gold  1841 

16  Spruce,  h.  Av.  4th  c.  Twentieth       1842 
Baillie,  Jas.  S.,  colorer 

16  Spruce,  h.  Av.  4th  c.  Twentieth  1843 

Baillie,  James  S.,  colorer 

33  Spruce,  h.  33  Spruce  1844 

Baillie,  James,  colorer 

118  Nassau,  h.  Yorkville  1845 

Bailie,  James,  colorer 

118  Nassau,  h.  Yorkville  1846 

Bailie,  James 

137  Bowery  1847-1852 


Bailie,  James  not  in  directory  of  1853 

but  is  in  the  card  appendix  as  below 

Baillie,  James 

1  Marion  1853 

Bailie,  James 

137  Bowery  1854-1855 

Baker,  Alfred,  artist 
49  Maiden-lane  1833 

Baker,  Alfred  E.,  artist  and  lithographer 
32  Ann,  h.  47  Frankfort  c.  Gold  1834 

Baker,  Alfred  E.,  lithographer 

169  Broadway  1835 

8  Wall,  h.  47  John  1836 

8  Wall,  h.  37  Frankfort  1837 

8  Wall,  h.  28  Dey  1838 

8  Wall,  h.   1  Whitehall  1839 

8  Wall,  h.  19  John  1840 

8  Wall,  h.  100  Chambers  1841 

17  Cedar,  h.   100  Chambers  1842 

Baker,  Alfred  E.,  city  marshall 
h.  104  Leonard  1843-1844 

Baker,  Alfred  E.,  police  officer 
h.  104  Leonard  1845-1848 

Baker,  Alfred  E.,  reporter 
h.  104  Leonard  1849 

Baker,  Alfred  E.,  reporter  "Herald" 
h.  104  Leonard  1850 

Baker,  John,  artist 
350  Houston  1834 

350  Houstoun  1835 

350  Houston  1836 

350  Houstoun  1837-1839 

Baker,  John,  artist  not  in  1840 

350  Houstoun  1841 

Bancroft,  Monson,  bookstore 
403  Broadway  1828-1830 

Bancroft,  Monson,  books  and  stationery 
389  Broadway  1831-1834 

Bancroft,  Monson,  books  and  stationery 
and    pianoforte,    music,    prints    and 
fancy  store 
395  Broadway  1835 

Bancroft,  Monson,  books  &  stationery 
389  Broadway  1836 

Bancroft  &  Holley,  bookstore 

8  Astor  House,  Broadway  1836 
Bancroft  &  Holley,  music  store 

395  Broadway  1836 

Bancroft,  Monson,  books  and  stationery 

389  Broadway  1837 

Bancroft,  Monson,  books  and  stationery 

not  in  1838-1843 
Bancroft,  Monson,  books 

9  John  1844 
Beer  &  Schirmer,  music  publisher 

701  Broadway  1862-1866 

Bell  &  Smith,  publisher 
94  Chatham  St.  1801 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


27 


Berry,  Thomas  S.,  pianos  (see  Waters  & 
Berry,  1851 ;  Gould  &  Berry,  1852) 
447  B'way,  h.  113  W.  13th  1850 

447  B'way  &  333  B'way,  h.  93  W.  13th     1851 
297  B'way,  h.  93  W.  13th  1852 

Berry,  Thomas  S.,  pianos,  Aeolian  and 
other  pianos  &  music  publisher 
297  Broadway,  h.  199  W.  14th  1853 

Berry,  Thomas  S.,  pianos 
297  Broadway,  h.  93  W.  13th  1854 

441  Broadway,  h.  93  W.  13th  1855 

441  Broadway,  h.  W.  44th  n.  Sixth  av.      1856 
458  Broadway,  h.  91  W.  44th  1857-1858 

456  Broadway,  h.  91  W.  44th  1859 

458  Broadway,  h.  91  W.  44th  1860-1861 

593  B'way,  h.  91  W.  44  1862 

593  B'way  &  136  Mercer,  h.  115  W. 

44th  1863-1867 

593  B'way,  h.  115  W.  44  1868 

789  B'way,  h.  115  W.  44  1869-1874 

Berry  &  Gordon,  publishers  of  music  and 
dealers  wholesale  and  retail  in  music 
and  piano-fortes 
297  Broadway,  Hallet,  Davis  &  Co.'s, 

pianofortes  Aeolian,  grand  &  square      1854 
Berry,  T.  S.  &  Co.,  pianos 

593  B'way  1868 

Berry,  T.  S.  &  Co.,  dealers  in  pianos  & 
organs 
787  &  789  Broadway,  cor.  of  Tenth. 
New  and  second  hand  pianos  and 
organs  to  rent  and  rent  applied  if 
purchased  1869 

Berry,  T.  S.  &  Co.,  pianos 

789  Broadway  1870 

Berry,  T.  S.  &  Co.,  pianos  &  organs 

789  Broadway  1871 

Berry,  T.  S.  &  Co.,  pianos 

789  Broadway  1872-1875 

Berry,  William  H.,  music 

h.  12  Neilson  pi.  1863 

Berry  &  Rogers,  merchants  (see  Rogers 
&  Berry) 
35  Han.  sq.  1786 

Berry  &  Rogers,  merchants  and  jewellers 

35  Han.  sq.  1787 

Berry  &  Rogers,  jewellers  and  stationers 

Hanover  sq.  1789 

Berry  &  Rogers,  jewellers  and  booksellers 

Han.  sq.  1790 

Berry  &  Rogers,  booksellers  and  stationers 

35  Hanover  sq.  1791-1792 

Berry,  Rogers  and  Berry,  booksellers  and 
stationers 
35  Hanover  sq.  1793 

128  Pearl  1794 

Billings,  William  B.,  printer 

5  Park  pi.,  h.  Mansion  House,  Brooklyn    1853 

Billings,  William  B.,  printer  in  classified 

directory  of  1853  under  music 


Billings  &  Taylor,  printers 

5  Park  pi.  1853 

Billings  &  Taylor,  printers  not  in  1854 
Billings,  William  B.,  agent 

375  Ninth  av.,  h.  12  Lamartine  pi.  1855 
Billings,  William  B.,  real  estate 

7  Broad,  h.  B'klyn  1856 
Billings,  William  B.,  books 

321  Broadway,  h.  429  Pacific,  Brooklyn  1857 
Billings,  William  B.,  publisher 

321  Broadway,  h.  429  Pacific,  Brooklyn  1858 
Birch,  Thomas  (see  foot-note  to  Hewitt) 

38  Vesey  1819 
Birch,  Thomas 

431  Pearl  1820 
Birch,  Thomas,  music  engraver 

112  Pearl  1821 

342  Greenwich  1822-1823 

236  Chapel  1824 
190  Chapel,  235  Chapel  1825-1826 
233  Broadway,   154  Fulton,  h.  198 

Bowery  1827 

50  Howard  1828 

137  Chapel  1829 

522  Pearl  1830 

75  Grand  1831 

95  Canal  1832-1841 

Birch,  Thomas,  music  engraver  not  in  1842 

Birch,  Thomas,  music  publisher 

237  Canal  1843 
291  Bowery  1844-1845 
E.  21st  n.  Av.  2  1846 
E.  20th  n.  Av.  2  1847 
293  Av.  2  1848-1849 

Birch,  Thomas,  engraver 

293  Av.  2  1850 

Birch,  Thomas,  music 

293  Av.  2  1851 

Birch,  Thomas,  publisher 

293  Av.  2  1852 

Birch,  Thomas,  publisher  not  in  1853 

Birch,  Thomas  &  Son,  music 

r.  294  Bowery,  h.  122  Eldridge  1854 

r.  148  Mulberry,  h.  16  Eldridge  1855 

Birch,  Thomas  &  Son,  printers 

124  Grand,  h.  163  Chrystie  1856 

Birch,  T.  &  Son,  printers 

44  Crosby  1857-1858 

Birch,  Thomas  &  Son,  music 

1089  B'way,  h.  434  Fourth  av.  1859 

521  Sixth  av.  1860-1861 

521  Sixth  av.,  h.  119  w.  33d  1862 

670  Sixth  1863 

h.  684  Sixth  av.  1864 

719  Sixth  av.,  h.  1  W.  41st  1865-1866 

719  Sixth  av.,  h.  101  W.  41st  1867 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  music 

r.  294  Bowery,  h.  122  Eldridge  1854 

r.  148  Bowery,  h.  16  Eldridge  1855 


28 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Birch,  Thomas  A.,  engraver 

124  Grand,  h.  163  Chrystie 

1856 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  printer 

44  Crosby 

1857 

-1858 

Birch,  Thomas,  jr.,  printer 

44  Crosby 

1858 

Birch,  Thomas,  jr.,  printer 

not  in 

1859 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  music 

521  Sixth  av. 

1860 

-1862 

670  Sixth  av. 

1863 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  printer 

h.  684  Sixth  A  v. 

1864 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  music 

719  Sixth  Av.,  h.  1  W.  41st 

1865 

-1866 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  music 

not  in 

1867 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  publisher 

18  Fourth  av.,  h.  201  E.  16th 

1868 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  printer 

18  Fourth  av.,  h.  Morrisania 

1869 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  printer 

not  in 

1870 

Birch,  Thomas  H.,  music 

122  E.  11th 

1871 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  printer 

111  E.  11th,  h.  Morrisania 

1872 

-1873 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  engraver 

111  E.  11th,  h.  College  av.  n.  141st 

1874 

Birch,  Thomas  A.,  printer 

111  E.  11th 

1875 

Black,  James,  lithographer 

87  Fulton  &  138  William,  h.  37 

Lis- 

penard 

1850 

Black,  James,  lithographer 

not  in 

1851 

87  Fulton,  h.  E.  17th  n.  A  v.  4 

1852 

87  Fulton,  h.  71  E.  17th 

1853- 

-1855 

92  William,  h.  71  E.  17th 

1856 

-1861 

Black,  Jas.,  lithographer 

92  William,  h.  71  E.  17th 

1862 

Black,  James,  lithographer 

92  William,  h.  71  E.  17th 

1863 

Black,  James,  lithog'r 

92  William,  h.  71  E.  17th 

1864 

Black,  James,  lithographer 

92  William,  h.  71  E.  17th 

1865- 

-1866 

92  William,  h.  118  E.  17th 

1867- 

-1875 

Bleecker,  Geo.  W.,  bookstore 

564  Broadway,  h.  388  Broome 

1827 

37  Hudson  c.  Duane 

1828 

Bleecker,  George  W.,  bookstore 

Allen 

1829 

172^    Broadway 

1830 

Bleecker,  George  W.,  publisher 

68  Nassau,  h.  3  Bleecker 

1831 

Blelock,  George  H.,  books 

19  Beekman,  h.  Delaneau 

1865 

Blelock,  George  H.,  stationer 

19  Beekman 

1866 

Blelock,  George  H.,  books 

51  Mercer,  h.  Delaneau 

1867 

453  Broome,   h.   N.   J. 

1868 

Blelock,  William  M.,  books 

19  Beekman,  h.  Delaneau  1865 

19  Beekman  1866 

51  Mercer,  h.  Ill  1867 

Blelock  &  Co.,  books 

19  Beekman  1865 

Blelock  &  Co.,  stationers 

19  Beekman  1866 

51  Mercer  1867 

Blelock  &  Co.,  books 

453  Broome  1868 

Bogert,  Isaac  D.,  music  printer 

17  Ann,  h.  579  Broome  1831-1832 

Bourne,  George  M.,  newspaper  agent 

359  Broadway  1827 

Bourne,  George  M.,  depository  of  arts 

359  Broadway  1828 

Bourne,  George  M.,  engravings  &  fancy 
store 

359  Broadway  1829 

Bourne,  G.  Melksham,  engravings  & 
fancy  store 

359  Broadway  1830-1831 

Bourne,  G.  Melksham 

359  Broadway  1832 

Bowen,  John,  print  colorer 

285  Hudson  1832 

Bowen,  John,  printcolorer 

49  Maiden-lane  1833 

Bowen,  John  T.,  printcolorer 

56  Liberty  1834 

Bowen,  J.  T.  &  Co.,  lithographers 

118  Nassau  1835 

Bowen,  J.  T.,  lithographer 

59  Cedar  1836 

Bowen,  John  T.,  lithographer 

59  Cedar  1837 

Bradbury,  Edward  G.,  music 

42  Beach  1848 

411  B'way,  h.  42  Beach  1849 

Bradbury,  Edward  G.,  prof,  music 

411  B'way,  h.  42  Beach  1850 

Bradbury,  Edward  G.,  music 

413  Broadway  1851 

413  Broadway,  h.  42  Beach  1852 

Bradbury,  Edward  G.,  pianos 

423  Broadway,  h.  42  Beach  1853 

421  Broome,  h.  42  Beach  1854 

421  Broome  &  122  Wooster,  h.  106  E. 
21st  1855 

421  Broome,  h.  106  E.  21st  1856 

421  Broome,  h.   Lexington  av.  n.   E. 
38th  1857-1858 

421  Broome   &   120  Wooster,   h.   276 
Lex.  av.  1859 

421  Broome,  h.  67  E.  23d  1860 

421  Broome  &  120  Wooster,  h.  82  E. 
23d  1861 

421  Broome  &  120  Wooster,  h.  67  E. 
23d  1862 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


29 


Bradbury,  Edward  G.,  pianos,  continued 
427  Broome,  h.  67  E.  23d  1863 

h.  67  E.  23d  1864 

Bradbury,  William  B.,  music  teacher 

142  Eldridge  1842-1844 

Bradbury,  William  B.,  prof,  music 
469  B'way  1845 

159  Mott  1846 

199  B'way,  h.  Brooklyn  1847 

Bradbury,  William  B.,  prof,  music    not  in  1848- 

1849 
411  Broadway,  h.  36  E.  18th  1850 

Bradbury,  William  B.,  music 

46  E.  18th  1851 

Bradbury,  William  B.,  music   not  in  1852-1853 
Bradbury,  William  B.,  pianos 
421  Broome,  h.  Bloomfield,  N.  J.  1854 

421  Broome  &  122  Wooster,  h.  Bloom- 
field,  N.  J.  1855 
421  Broome,  h.  Bloomfield,  N.  J.    1856-1857 
421  Broome  &  122  Wooster,  h.  Lex. 

av.  n.  E.  38th  1858 

427  Broome  &  120  Wooster,  h.  Lex. 

av.  n.  E.  38th  1859 

421  Broome,  h.  N.  J.  1860 

421  Broome  &  120  Wooster,  h.  N.  J. 

1861-1862 
427  Broome  &  25  Howard,  h.  N.  J.  1863 

427  Broome,  h.  Montclair,  N.  J.  1864 

427  Broome  &  425  Broome,  h.  N.  J.       1865 
427  Broome  &  65  &  116  Elizabeth,  h. 

14  E.  42nd  1866 

425  Broome,  h.  Montclair,  N.  J.  1867 

Bradbury's  Music  Books,  Biglow  & 
Maine  Publishers 
425  Broome  St.  1868 

Bradbury  &  Nash,  music 

411  Broadway  1849 

Bradbury  &  Nash,  profs,  music 

411  Broadway  1850 

Brady,  Matt  B.,  jewel  case  man. 

164  Fulton,  h.  27  John  1843 

Brady,  Matthew  B.,  jewel,  miniature  and 
surgical  case  manufacturer 
187  Broadway,  opposite  John:  also 
Daguerrian  miniature  gallery  207 
B'way,  c.  Fulton,  entrance  162  Ful- 
ton n.  63  Barclay  1844 
Brady,  Matthew  B.,  jewel  case  manf. 

187  B'way  &  162  Fulton,  h.  63  Barclay  1845 
187  Broadway  &  daguerreotype  gal- 
lery, 161  Fulton,  h.  35  Canal  1846 
Brady,  Matthew  B.,  daguerreotypist 
205  Broadway,  h.  275  Division  1847 
205  Broadway,  h.  27  N.  Moore  '  1848 
205  Broadway,  bds.  120  Chambers  1849 
205  Broadway,  bds.  American  hotel  1850 
205  Broadway,  h.  29  Broadway  1851 
205  Broadway,  h.  Irving  House               1852 


Brady,  Matthew  B.,  daguerreotypist,  continued 
205  Broadway,    &   359   Broadway,   h. 

359  Broadway  1853 

Brady,   Matthew  B.,  daguerreotypes 
205  &  359  Broadway,  h.  359  Broadway 

1854-1856 

Brady,  Matthew  B.,  photographs 

359  Broadway,  h.  St.  Denis  hotel  1857 

205  &  359  B'way,  h.  Washington  1858 

Brady,  Matthew  B.,  photographer 

359  &  643  B'way,  h.  S.  I.  1859 

643  B'wav,  h.  S.  I.  1860 

785  B'way,  h.  S.  I.  1861 

Brady,  Matthew  B.,  photographs 
785  B'way  1862-1863 

Brady,  Matthew  B.,  photographer 

785  B'way  1864 

Brady,  Matt'w  B.,  photographs 

785  B'way,  h.  Irving  h.  1865 

Brady,  Matthew  B.,  photographs 

785  B'way  1866 

Brady,  Matthew  B.,  photographer 

785  B'way,  h.  108  E.  22d  1867 

Brady,  Matthew  B.,  photographs 

785  B'way,  h.  Irving  h.  1868 

785  B'way  1869 

785  B'way,  h.  Ashland  h.  1870 

785  B'way  1871 

785  B'way,  h.  St.  Denis  h.  1872 

Brett,    Alphonse,   lithographer 

h.  104  Franklin  1861 
83  Nassau,  h.  101  Franklin              1862-1863 

83  Nassau,  h.  125  White  1864 

Brett,  Anphonse,  lithographer 

83  Nassau,  104  Franklin  1865 

Brett,   Alphonse,   lithographer 

83  Nassau,  h.  98  G'wich  av.  1866 

83  Nassau,  h.  N.  J.  1867 

83  Nassau  1868 

83  Nassau,  h.  N.  J.  1869 

116  Fulton,  h.  N.  J.  1870 

Brett,  Alphonse,  lithographer  not  in  1871 

116  Fulton  1872 

Brett,  Alphonse,  pres. 

116  Fulton,  h.  N.  J.  1873 

116  Fulton,  h.  294  W.  23d  1874 

116  Fulton,  h.  27  King  1875 

Brett,  Frederick  E.,  lithographer 

116  Fulton,  h.  164  Franklin  1871 

Brett  Lithographing  Co. 

116  Fulton  1873-1875 

Breusing,  Charles,  music  (see  Kerksieg 
&  Breusing  1849) 

421  Broadway,  h.  356  B'way  1849 

421  Broadway,  h.  421  B'way  1850 

421  Broadway  '  1851 

421  Broadway,  h.  72  Franklin  1852 

421  Broadway,  h.  Staten  Island  1853 

421  Broadway,  h.  72  Franklin  1854 

701  Broadway,  h.  19  E.  33d  1855 


30 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


B reusing,  Charles,  music  . . . ,  continued 
701  Broadway  1856-1860 

701  B'way,  h.  Tremont,  Conn.  1861 

701  B'way  1862 

Breusing,  Herman 
h.  108  MacDougal  1859 

Breusing,  Herman,  music 
h.  108  MacDougal  1860 

701  B'way  1861-1862 

Bromberg,  S.,  music  store 
395  Broadway  1827 

Bromberg,  S.,  music-store 
80  Broadway,  upstairs  1828 

Bromberg,  Samuel,  music-store 
80  Broadway,  upstairs  1829 

145  Broadway  1830 

Bromberg,  &  Co.,  Sam.,  music-store 

145  Broadway,  h.  24  Walker  1831 

145  Broadway,  h.  82  Franklin  1832 

329  Broadway  1833 

Bromberg,  Samuel,  music-store 

11  Maiden-L,    h.    20    Lispenard,    15 
Maiden-1.,  upstairs  1834 

Bromberg,  &  Co.,  Samuel,  music-store 

12  Maiden-1.  1835 
Bromberg,  &  Co.,  Samuel,  music 

12  Maiden-1.,  h.   153   Spring  1836 

Bromberg,  &  Co.,  Samuel,  manufacturers 
and  importers  of  pianos  and  fancy  goods 
112  Fulton,  h.  153  Spring  1837 

Bromberg,  Samuel 

112  Fulton,  h.  153  Spring  1838 

128  Broadway,  h.  153  Spring  1839 

Bromberg,  Samuel  not  in  1840-1841 

Bromberg,   Samuel,  broker 
3  Nassau,  h.  85  Laurens  1842 

Brower,  Fred.  W.,  music 
603  Broadway,  h.  36  E.  20th  1855 

Brower,  Fred  W.,  music        not  in  1856-1857 

Brower,  F.  W.,  clerk 
h.  96  W.  25th  1858 

Brower,  F.  W.,  clerk  not  in  1859 

Brower,  Fred  W.,  clerk 
h.  E.  92d  n.  Fourth  Av.  1860 

Brown,  William  K.,  lithographer 

Broadway  c.  Duane  1843 

Brown,  William  K.,  lithographer  not  in  1844 
272  Pearl,  h.  Greenwich  A  v.  n.  Perry  1845 
272  Pearl,  h.  4  Trinity  pi.  1846 

272  Pearl,  h.  7  Bridge  1847 

272  Pearl,  h.  57  Gnwch  1848 

Bufford,  John  H.,  lithographer 

152  Broadway  1835 

114  Nassau  1836 

134  Nassau  1837 

136  Nassau  c.  Beekman  1838-1839 

Bunyie,  R.    See  Part  I. 

Burgess,    Daniel,   books    (see    Paine  & 
Burgess) 
62  John,  h.  Brooklyn  1845-1846 


Burgess,  Daniel,  bookseller 
60  John,  h.  91  Columbia,  Brooklyn 

1847-1849 

Burgess,  Daniel,  books 
60  John,  h.  75  Joralemon,  Bklyn      1850-1852 

Burgess,  Daniel  &  Co.,  booksellers  and 
stationers 
60  John,  h.  36  Cranberry,  Brooklyn 

1853-1855 

Burtsell,  Peter,  bookseller,  stationer  and 
binder 
35  Beekman  1801. 

Burtsell,  Peter,  stationer  and  bookbinder 
22  Barclay  1802 

10  Wall  1803-1804 

Burtsell,  Peter,  bookbinder  and  seller 

10  Wall  1805 

Burtsell,  Peter,  bookbinder  and  stationer 

10  Wall  1806 

Burtsell,  Peter,  bookbinder  &  stationer 

10  Wall  1807-1809 

Burtsell,  Peter,  bookbinder  and  stationer 
10  Wall  1810 

Burtsell,    Peter,  stationer 

10  Wall  1811-1816 

Wall  c.  h.  11  Broad  1817-1818 

Wall  c.  h.  9  Broad  1819-1821 

Wall  c.  Broad,  h.  9  Broad  1822-1825 

Burtsell    &    Son,    Peter,    stationers 
Wall  c.  Broad,  h.  9  Broad  1826-1831 

Burtsell,  John  L.,  stationer 
Wall  c.  Broad,  h.  9  Broad  1832-1833 

Wall  c.  Broad,  h.  76  Franklin  1834 

Wall  c.  Broad,  h.  25  Mercer  1835-1837 

Burtsell,  John  L.,  stationer  and  account- 
book  manufacturer 
9  Nassau,  h.  16  Front  1838 

Burtsell,  John  L.,  stationer 
9  Nassau,  h.  13  Water  1839-1840 

Burtsell,  John  L.,  stationer  not  in  1841 

Burtsell,  John  L.,  stationer  &  account- 
book  manufacturer 
14  Pine  c.  Nassau  opposite  the  custom 
house,  h.  47  Pearl  1842 

Burtsell,  J.  L. 
47  Pearl  1843 

282  Madison  1844 

183  Orchard  1845 

194  Elm  1846 


Campbell,  John,  bookseller 

88  Water 

1821-1823 

88  Water,  h.  368  Broadway 

1824 

124  Pearl,  h.  368  Broadway 

1825 

Campbell,  John,  merchant 

124  Pearl,  h.  368  Broadway 

1826 

88  Water,  h.  368  Broadway 

1827-1828 

Campbell,  Samuel,  bookseller 

* 

41  Hanover   square 

1786 

44,  corner  Old-slip 

1787 

PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


31 


Campbell,   Samuel,  bookseller,  stationer 
and  printer 
44  Hanover  square,  corner  of  old  slip      1789 

Campbell,  Samuel,  bookseller  and  stationer 
44  Hanover,  corner  of  old  slip  1790 

Campbell,  Samuel,  bookseller,  stationer 
and  printer 
corner  of  Hanover  square,  and  old- 
slip  1791-1792 

Campbell,    Samuel,    bookseller   and   sta- 
tioner 
37  Hanover  square  1793 

124  Pearl  1794-1815 

124  Pearl  &  88  Water  1816-1818 

Campbell,  Samuel 

124  Pearl  1819-1820 

Campbell,  Samuel,  bookseller 

124  Pearl  1821-1823 

88  Water,  h.  368  Broadway  1824 

Campbell,  Samuel 
368  Broadway  1825 

Carr,  Benjamin,  music  and  musical  inst.  seller 
137  William  1795 

Carr,  Benjamin,  musical  repository 
131  William  1796 

Champley,  George,  bookbinder 
61  Barclay  1821 

196  Washington  1822-1826 

196  Broadw.   &  2  Barclay  1827 

30  exch.-p.,  h.  105  Wash.  1828 

30  Ex.-p.,  h.  105  Wash.  1829 

214  Broadway,  h.  105  Wash.  1830 

Beekman  c.  Nassau  1831 

137  Nassau   c.   Beekman  1832 

118  Fulton  1833 

92  Avenue  8th  1834 

Champley,  George,  drygoods 
152  Avenue  8th  1835-1837 

141  Avenue  8th  1838-1839 

Champley,  George  not  in  1840-1841 

Chapin,  L.  D.,  music  saloon 
325  Broadway  1830-1831 

325  Broadway,  h.  85  Elm  1832 

Chapin,  L.  D. 

126  Nassau  1833 

Christman,  Charles  G.    See  Part  III. 

Clayton,  C.  O'B.,  publisher  (see  Dressier 
&  Clayton  1855) 
933  B'way,  h.  14  Charles  1855 

Clayton,  Chas.  O.,  music 
241  Broadway,  h.  221  W.  19th  1856 

Clayton,  Charles,  engraver 
h.  39  Jane  1857 

Clayton,  Charles  O.,  music 
h.  39  Jane  ,  1858 

543  B'way,  h.  39  Jane  1859-1861 

Clayton,  Chas.  O.,  engraver 
543  B'way,  h.  77  W.  11th  1862 

Clayton,  Chas.  O..  music 
543  B'way,  h.  77  W.  11th  1863 


Clayton,  Chas.  O.,  engraver 

593  B'way,  h.  77  W.  11th  1864 

Clayton,  Charles  O.,  engraver 

593  B'way  1865-1866 

593  B'way,  h.  77  W.  11th  1867-1868 

596  B'way,  h.  S.  I.  1869 

Clayton,  Charles  O.,  lithographer 

596  B'way,  h.  77  W.  11th  1870 

Clayton,  Charles  O.,  engraver 

h.  77  W.  11th  1871-1872 

Clayton,  Charles  O.,  engraver  not  in  1873 

Clayton,  Charles  O.,  music 

39  E.  13th,  h.  B'klyn  1874 

Clayton,  Charles  O.,  engraver 

39  E.  13th,  h.  B'klyn  1875 

Couenhoven,  James,  pianos 

325  B'way,  h.  42  E.  30th  1858 

Couenhoven,  James,  music 

856  B'way,  h.  42  E.  30th  1859-1860 

856  B'way,  h.  115  E.  26th  1861 

h.  113  E.  26th  1862 

Cowan,  John,  music  printer 

173  Chatham  1835 

Crow,  Franklin,  lithographer 

h.  12  Downing  1858 

h.  400  Broome  1859 

Currier,  Charles,  lithograver 

33  Spruce  1845-1846 

33  Spruce,  h.  33  Mott  1847 

33  Spruce,  h.  33V2  Mott  1848 

33  Spruce,  h.  35  Mott  1849 
33  Spruce,  bds.   E.   Pearl   st.   house       1850 

33  Spruce,  h.  44  Barclay  1851 

Currie,  Chas.,  lithographer 

33  Spruce,  h.  Yorkville  1852 

Currie,  Chas.,  lithographer  not  in  1853 

Currier,  Charles,  lithographer 

33  Spruce,  h.  Yorkville  1854 
33  Spruce,    h.    E.    83d   bet.    Third    & 

Fourth  1855 

33  Spruce,  h.  E.  83d  n.  Third  Av.  1856 

Currier,  Charles,  lithograver 
33  Spruce,  h.  E.  83d  n.  Fourth  Ave.        1857 

33  Spruce,  h.  83rd  n.  Third  Av.  1858 

Currier,  Charles,  lithographer 

33  Spruce  1859 
33  Spruce,  h.  42  Clermont  av.,  B'klyn  1860 
29  Spruce,  h.  42  Clermont  av.,  B'klyn  1861 
33  Spruce,  h.  42  Clermont  av.,  B'klyn 

1862-1864 

33  Spruce  1865 

33  Spruce,  h.  Brooklyn  1866-1867 

33  Spruce  1868 

33  Spruce,  h.  B'klyn  1869-1870 

Currier,  Edward  W.,  prints 

152  Nassau,  h.  137  MacDougal  1866-1869 

Currier,  Edward  W.,  lithographer 

152  Nassau,  h.  137  MacDougal  1870 


32 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Currier,  Edward  W.,  engravings 
152  Nassau,  h.  28  W.  27th  1871 

123  Nassau,  h.  28  W.  27th  1872-1875 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  lithographer 

1  Wall  1835 
Currie,   Nathaniel,  lithographer 

148  Nassau  1836 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  lithographer 

148  Nassau  1837 

Currier,  Hannah,  widow,  of  Nathaniel 

21  Vandewater  1837 

27  Vandewater  1838-1839 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  lithographer 

2  Spruce  c.  Nassau  1838 
2  Spruce,  h.  27  Vandewater  1839 
2  Spruce,  h.  16  Rose                          1840-1842 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  prints 

2  Spruce  c.  Nassau,  h.  16  Rose  1843 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  print  publisher 

2  Spruce,  h.  5  Dover  1844 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  lithographer 

2  Spruce,  h.  5  Dover  1845 

2  &  33  Spruce,  h.  5  Dover  1846 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  lithographer  &  print 
publisher 

152  Nassau  c.  Spruce,  h.  272  Fourth 

1847-1848 

152  Nassau  c.  Spruce,  h.  153  MacDougal  1849 
Currier,  Nathaniel,  publisher 

152  Nassau,  h.  153  MacDougal  1850 

152  Nassau  c.   Spruce,  h.   153  Mac- 
Dougal 1851-1852 

152  Nassau,  h.  153  MacDougal  1853 

152  Nassau,  h.  137  MacDougal       1854-1858 
Currier,  Nathaniel,  prints 

2  Spruce,  h.  137  MacDougal  1859 

Currier,    Nathaniel,   publisher 

152  Nassau,  h.  137  MacDougal  1860 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  printer 

152  Nassau,  h.  137  MacDougal  1861 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  prints 

152  Nassau,  h.  137  MacDougal  1862 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  publisher 

152  Nassau,  h.  137  MacDougal       1863-1864 
Currier,  Nathaniel,  prints 

152  Nassau,  &  lithographer 

33  Spruce,  h.  137  MacDougal  1865 

152  Nassau  &  33  Spruce  1866 

152  Nassau,  h.  137  MacDougal       1867-1870 
Currier,  Nathaniel,  publisher 

152  Nassau,  h.  28  W.  27th  1871 

Currier,  Nathaniel,  lithographer 

125  Nassau  &  33  Spruce,  h.  28  W.  27th    1872 
Currier,  Nathaniel,  pictures 

123  Nassau,  h.  28  W.  27th  1873-1875 

Currier  and  Ives,  publishers, 

152  Nassau  1857 

Currier  and  Ives,  print  publishers 

152  Nassau  1858-1859 


Currier  and  Ives,  prints 

152  Nassau  1860 

Currier  and  Ives,  publishers 

152  Nassau  &  2  Spruce  1861 

Currier  and  Ives,  print  publishers 

152  Nassau  1862 

Currier  and  Ives,  publishers  of  prints  & 
engravings 

152  Nassau  1863-1864 

Currier  and  Ives,  print  publishers 

152  Nassau  1865-1870 

Currier  and  Ives,  publishers 

152  Nassau  1871 

Currier  and  Ives,  lithographers 

125  Nassau  &  33  Spruce  1872 

Currier  and  Ives,  print  publishers 

123  &  125  Nassau  1873-1875 

Daly,  John  J.,  music 

233^  Walker  1849 

Daly,  John  J.,  music  store 

183  Division  1850 

Daly,  John  J.,  music 

90  Division  1851 

419*4  Grand  1852-1854 

419^4  Grand,  h.  419^  Grand  1855 

419^4  Grand  1856-1858 

h.  419^  Grand  1859 

419  Grand  1860 

419^4  Grand  1861-1862 

419*4  Grand,  h.  refused  1863 

419y2  Grand  1864 

Daly,  John  J.,  books 

419  Grand  1865 

Daly,  John,  music 

419^  Grand  1866 

Daly,  John  J.,  pianos 

421  Grand,  h.  419^  Grand  1867 

Daly,  John  J.,  music 

419^  Grand  1868 

419^  Grand,  h.  421  Grand  1869 

179  Eighth  av.  1870-1873 

Daly,  John  J.,  musical  insts. 

179  Eighth  av.  1874-1875 

Davignon,  Francis,  artist 

281  Broadway  1843 

235  Broadway  1844 

Davignon,  Francis,  artist         not  in  1845-1846 

33  Spruce  1847 

289  Broadway  1848 

323  Broadway  1849 

Davignon,  Francis,  lithographer 

323  Broadway  1850-1852 

341  B'way  1853 

Davignon,    Francis    S.,    lithographer 

362  Broadway,  h.  1  Ninth  1854 

D'Avignon,  Francis,  lithographer 

80  Leonard,  h.  306  Ninth  av.  1855 

Davignon,    Francis,    painter 

h.  415  Seventh  av.  1856 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


33 


Davignon,  Francis  F.,  lithographer 

327  Broadway,  h.  415  Seventh  av.  1857 

Davignon,  Francis,  lithographer 

346  B'way,  h.  70  W.  35th  1858 

Davis,  A.  J.  &  Co.,  publishers 

274  Canal  1860 

Davis,  Andrew  J.  &  Co.,  publishers 

274  Canal  1861 

Davis,  A.  J.  &  Co.,  publishers 

274  Canal  1862-1864 

Davis,  Andrew,  editor 

274  Canal,  h.  N.  J.  1862-1863 

Davis,  Andrew  Jackson,  editor 

271  Canal,  h.  N.  J.  1864 

Davis  &  Co.,  publishers 

114  Nassau  1858 
Davis  &  Co.,  publishers  not  in  1859 
Davis,  Ebenezer  S.   (Rev.),  editor 

115  Nassau,  h.  130  Henry,  B'klyn  1858 
Davis,  Ebenezer  S.  (Rev.),  editor  not  in  1859 
Davis,  David,  printer 

113  Nassau,  h.  11  Essex  1859 

h.  203  Division  1860 

Davis,  David,  music 

h.  New  Bowery  c.  Oliver  1860 

Davis,  David,  music  not  in  1861 

Davis,  David,  printer 

h.  47  E.  Broadway  1862 

11  Frankfort  1869-1871 

Davis,  John.    See  Part  I. 
Davis  &  Horn 1 

411  B'way  1838 

Davis  &  Horn,  music 

367  Broadway  1839 

Davis,  William  J.,  music 

367  Broadway,  h.  84  Walker  1839 

Davis,  William  J.,  music       not  in  1840-1842 
Davis,  William  J.,  flute  player 

24  White  1843 

Davis,  William  J.,  flute  player  not  in  1844-1845 
Davis,  William  J.,  engraver 

67  Bayard,  h.  Av.  6,  n.  23d  1846 

Davis,  William  J.,  engraver  not  in  1847 

Av.  6n.  23d    '  1848-1849 

378  Av.  6  1850 

Delissier,  Richard  L.,  auctioneer 

377  Broadway,  h.  145  Livingston, 

Brooklyn  1856 

Delissier,  Richard  L. 

377  B'way,  h.  42  Dean,  B'klyn  1857 


l"AU  Things  Love  Thee,  So  Do  I"  by  C.  E.  Horn, 
cop.  1838.    Davis  &  Horn,  411  B'way. 

"L'esprit  et  la  Bonte"  by  A.  P.  Heinrich.  Davis  & 
Horn,  411  Broadway,  1839  deposited  in  clerk's  office, 
May  30,  1839,  S.  D.  of  N.  York.  D.  S.  Received 
27  June,  1939.   (No.  749) 

"The  Promise,  a  Waltz"  by  M.  K.  Erben.  Davis  & 
Horn,  367  Broadway,  1839.  Deposited  August  8, 
1839  at  the  clerk's  office  of  the  Southern  District 
of  New  York.    D.  S.  Rec'd  9  Nov.  1839.     (No.  789) 


Delissier,  Richard  L.,  books 

508  B'way,  h.  142  Dean,  B'klyn       1858-1859 
Delissier  &  Procter,  books 

508  B'way  1859 

Delissier,  Richard  L. 

264  Canal,  h.  142  Dean,  B'klyn  1860 

Ditson,  Charles  H,  music 

711  B'way,  h.  322  E.  16th  1868 

Ditson,  Charles  H,  music  not  in  1869 

711  B'way,  h.  99  Clinton  pi.  1870 

711  B'way,  h.  1  Gramercy  pk.        1871-1875 
Ditson,   Charles   H.   &   Co.,   music   and 
musical  instruments 

711  Broadway,  h.  112  Second  Ave.  1867 

711  Broadway  1868 

Ditson,  Charles  H.  &  Co.,  music  publishers 

711  Broadway,  h.  246  W.  21st  1869 

Ditson,  C.  H.  &  Co.,  music  publishers 

711  Broadway  1870-1872 

Ditson,  Charles  H.  &  Co.,  publishers 

711  Broadway  1873-1874 

Ditson,  Charles  H.  &  Co.,  music 

711  Broadway  1875 

Ditson,  Oliver,  music 

711  Broadway,  h.  Mass.  1867-1875 

Dodworth,  Allen.    See  Part  I. 
Dodworth,  Harvey  B.    See  Part  I. 
Dodworth,  Thomas.    See  Part  I. 
Dodworth  &  Son.    See  Part  I. 
Dorivel,  John,  fine  arts 

331^4  Broadway  1830-1831 

Dorival,  John,  lithographer 

52  Ann  1832-1833 

54  Ann  1834 

Dressier  &  Clayton,  music 

933  Broadway  1855 

Dressier,  William,  musician 

933  Broadway,  h.  393  Fourth  Av.  1855 

Dressier,  William,  music 

933  Broadway,  h.  393  Fourth  Av.  1856 

h.  933  Broadway  1857 

933  Broadway  1858 

h.  933  Broadway  1859 

933  Broadway  1860 

933  Broadway,  h.  1179  B'way  1861 

927  Broadway,  h.  E.  20th  1862 

927  Broadway  1863-1864 

Dressier,  William,  music  not  in  1865 

Dresler,  William,  music 

926  Broadway  1866 

Dressier,  William,  music 

926  Broadway  1867 

Dressier,  William,  music  not  in  1868 

h.  113  W.  17th  1869 

Dressier,  William,  prof. 

h.  113  W.  17th  1870 

Dressier,  William,  music 

h.  113  W.  17th  1871-1873 

Dressier,  William,  musician 

h.  113  W.  17th  1874 


34 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Dressier,  William,  music 
h.  113  W.  17th  1875 

Dubois,  William 
33  White  1813-1814 

55  Hudson  1815-1816 

Dubois,  William,  music  store 

127  Broadway,  h.  55  Hudson  1817 

126  Broadway,  h.  85  Duane  1818-1819 

126  Broadway,  h.  Hester  n.  Elm  1820 

126  Broadway,  h.  17  Howard  1821-1823 
126  Broadway,  h.  17  Lispenard  1824-1826 
149  Broadway,  h.  17  Lispenard  1827 

167  Broadway,  h.  17  Lispenard  1828-1829 
167  Broadway,  h.  13  Crosby  1830-1835 

Dubois,  William,  music 

167  Broadway,  h.  13  Crosby  1836-1837 

285  Broadway,  h.  13  Crosby  1838-1840" 

Dubois,  William,  music  &  pianos 
285  Broadway,  h.  13  Crosby  1841-1842 

Dubois,  William,  pianofortes 
285  Broadway,  h.  13  Crosby  1843 

Dubois,  William,  pianos 
315  Broadway,  h.  13  Crosby  1844-1850 

300  Broadway,  h.  13  Crosby  1851-1852 

Dubois,  Charles  N.,  pianos 
300  Broadway  1853 

Dubois,  William,  late,  pianos 
h.  90  E.  26th  1854 

Dubois  &  Stodart,  music  store1 

126  Broadway  1822-1826 

149  Broadway  and  39  Arcade  1827 

167  Broadway  1828-18^34 

Dubois  &  Bacon,  music  store 

167  Broadway  1835-1837 

285  Broadway  1838 

Dubois,  Bacon  &  Chambers,  pianomakers 
88  Centre  1836 

Duboise,  Bacon  &  Chambers,  pianoforte 
warehouse 
167  Broadway.  Factory,  13  Crosby  & 
142  Elm  1837 

Dubois,  Bacon  &  Chambers,  pianos 
285  Broadway  1838-1840 

Dubois  &  Seabury,  pianofortemakers 
r.  13  Crosby  1843 

Dubois  &  Seabury,  pianofortes 
r.  13  Crosby  1844 

Dubois  &  Warriner,  pianos  &  music 
315  Bwer  1850 

Dubois  &  Warriner,  pianos 
300  Broadway,  &  13  Crosby  1851-1852 

Dwyer,  George 
h.  39  W.  15th  1857 

Dwyer,  George  not  in  1858 

Dwyer,  George  S.,  clerk 
h.  102^4  E.  28th  1859 

h.  103  E.  26th  1860 

i"Kinloch  of  Kinloch."  Dubois  &  Stodart.  149 
Broadway,  cop.  1825.  (Also  bears  the  126  Broad- 
way address) 


Dwyer,  George  S.,  clerk  not  in  1861 

h.  103  E.  26th  1862 

Dwyer,  George  S.,  custom  h. 

h.  16  Leroy  1863 

Dwyer,  George  S.,  music 

h.  16  Leroy  1864 

Dwyer,  George,  music 

h.  735  Washington  1865 

Dwyer,  George  S.,  music 

h.  735  Washington  1866-1868 

Dwyer,  George  S. 

h.  735  Washington  1869 

Dwyer,  George  S.  not  in  1870,  see 

Fairchild  &  Dzvyer 
Dwyer,  George  S.,  clerk 

h.  735  Washington  1871 

Dwyer,  George  S.,  clerk  not  in  1872 

Dwyer,  George  S.,  printer 

133  Nassau,  h.  B'klyn  1873 

Dwyer,  George  S.,  printer  not  in  1874 

Dwyer  &  Co.,  printers 

133  Nassau  1873 


Embree,  Effingham,  books 

134  Bowery,  h.  136  Bowery 
Embree,  Effingham,  clerk 

76  Bowery,  h.  8  Rivington 
Embree,  Effingham,  clerk 
Embree,  Effingham 

84  John,  h.  2  Chambers 
Embree,  Effingham,  clerk 

451  Av.  6 
Embree,  Effingham 

83  John,  h.  451  Av.  6 
Embree,  E.  &  L.  H.,  books 

134  Bowery 
Embree,  Lewis  H.,  books 

134  Bowery,  h.  136  Bowery 

134  Bowery,  h.  40  Av.  2 

134  Bowery,  h.  390  Bowery 

134  Bowery,  h.  303  Broome 

134  Bowery,  h.  134  Bowery 

134  Bowery,  h.  23  Seventh 

134  Bowery,  h.  108  Bwry 

134  Bowery,  h.  768  G'wich 

134  Bowery,  h.  104  Forsyth 
Embree,  Lewis  H.,  bookseller 

134  Bowery,  h.  104  Forsyth 
Embree,  Lewis  H.,  books 

134  Bowery,  h.  104  Forsyth 

134  Bowery,  h.  429  Fourth 
Embree,  Lewis  H.,  stationer 

134  Bowery,  h.  429  Fourth 
Embree,  Lewis  H,  books 

134  Bowery,  and  stationer,  470  B'way, 
h.  429  Fourth  1859 

Embree,  Lewis  H,  books 

440  B'way,  &  stationer,  134  Bowery, 
h.  429  Fourth  1860 


1844-1846 

1847 
not  in  1848 

1849 

1850 

1851 

1844-1846 

1844 

1845 
1846 
1847 
1848-1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 

1854 

1855-1856 
1857 

1858 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


35 


Embree,  Lewis  H.  &  Co.,  stationers 

126  Grand.  &  books,   134  Bowery,  h. 
429  Fourth  1861 

Embree,  Lewis  H.,  stationer 

130  Grand,  h.  429  Fourth  1862 

h.  429  Fourth  1863 

Embree,  Lewis  H.,  stationer  not  in  1864 

Embree,  Louis  H. 

h.  292  Fourth  av.  1865 

Embree,  Lewis  H.,  stationer 

h.  180  Ninth  av.  1866 

31  Nassau,  h.  180  Ninth  ave.  1867 

Embree,  Lewis  H.,  clerk 

h.  180  Ninth  av.  1868 

Embree,  Louis  H.,  clerk 

h.  204  Ninth  av.  1869 

Embree,  Louis  H.,  books 

h.  204  Ninth  av.  1870 

Embree,  Louis  H.,  stationer 

h.  204  Ninth  av.  1871 

444  Broome,  h.  204  Ninth  av.  1872 

Embree  &  Jacobs,  books 

134  Bowery  1857 

Embree   &   Jacobs,    stationers    &   blank 
book  manufacturers 

134  Bowery  1858 

Embree  &  Jacobs,  books 

134  Bowery,  &  stationers  470  B'way      1859 

134  Bowery  &  440  B'way  1860 

Emerson,  James,  circulating  library 

20  Crosby  1829 

Emerson,  James,  music  printer 

98  Suffolk  1830 

146  Forsyth  1831 

Emerson,  James,  music  printer  not  in  1832 

69  Provost  1833 

Emerson,  James,  carpenter 

193  Franklin  1834 

Emerson,  James,   music  printer 

193  Franklin  1835 

Emerson,  James,  music  printer  not  in  1837 

Emerson,  Ann,  wid.  of  James 

23  Varick  1838 

Emerson,  James,  printer 

148  Sullivan  1850 

Emerson,  James,  printer  not  in  1851 

49  Carmine  1852 

Endicott,  Francis,  lithographer 

59  Beekman,  h.  10  Charles  1853-1855 

59  Beekman  &  89  Ann,  h.  10  Charles 

1856-1857 

59  Beekman,  h.  10  Charles  1858-1865 

59  Beekman,  h.  323  W.  22d  1866-1870 

57  Beekman,  h.  323  W.  22d  1871-1872 

Endicott,  Francis,  printer 

57  Beekman,  h.  323  W.  22d  1873 

Endicott,  Francis,  lithographer 

57  Beekman,  h.  332  W.  22d  1874 

57  Beekman,  h.  323  W.  22d  1875 


Endicott  &  Swett,  lithographers 

111  Nassau  1832 

Endicott  &  Sweett,  lithographers 

111  Nassau  1833 

Endicott,  George,  lithographer 

111  Nassau,  h.  125  White  1832-1833 

Endicott,    George,   lithographer,    music 
dealer  &  depository  of  the  arts 
359  Broadway,  h.  125  White  1834 

359  Broadway,  h.  119  White  1835-1836 

Endicott,  George,  lithographer 
359  Broadway  1837 

359  Broadway,  h.  119  White  1838 

Endicott,  George,  piano  fortes,  music  & 
lithography 
359  Broadway,  h.  119  White  1839 

Endicott,  George,  lithographer 

152  Fulton,  h.  119  White  1840 

Endicott,   George,   lithographer,  general 
engraver  and  printer 
16  or  22  John,  h.  119  White  1841 

22  John,  h.  119  White  1842 

Endicott,  George,  lithographer 
22  John,  h.  89  Amity  1843-1844 

22  John,  h.  238  Ninth  1845 

Endicott,  G.  &  W.,  lithographers 
22  John  1845 

59  Beekman  1846-1848 

Endicott,  George,  lithograph 

59  Beekman,  h.  238  Ninth  1846-1848 

Endicott,  Sarah  L.,  widow  of  George 

10  Charles  1849 

Endicott,  William,  lithographer 

16  or  22  John,  h.  119  White  1841 

22  John,  h.  119  White  1842-1843 

22  John,  bds.  98  Chambers  1844 

22  John,  h.  239  Thompson  1845 

59  Beekman,  h.  239  Thompson  1846 

Endicott,   William,   lithog. 

59  Beekman,  h.  10  Charles  1847-1848 

Endicott,  William  &  Co.,  lithographers 

59  Beekman,  h.  6  Charles  1849 

59  Beekman,  h.  12  Charles  1850-1851 

Endicott,  &  Co.,  lithographers 
59  Beekman  1852-1855 

59  Beekman,  and  89  Ann  1856-1857 

59  Beekman  1858-1870 

57  Beekman  1871-1875 


Fairchild,  Hamlet  M.,  fancy  goods 

377  Sixth  av.,  h.  221  W.  11th  1869-1870 

Fairchild   &   Dwyer,   publishers   of  the 
Musical   Coronet   elegant  tencent 
sheet  music 
377  Sixth  av.  1870 

Fairchild,  Hamlet  M.,  fancy  goods 
383  Sixth  av.,  h.  22  W.  11th  1871 

685  Sixth  av.  1872 


36 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Ferguson,  Robert,  printer 

120  William  1830 

17  Ann,  h.  Elm  c.  Leonard  1831-1832 

222  William,  h.  64  Elm  1833 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  64  Elm  1834 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  72  Catherine  1835 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  340  Pearl  1836 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  57  Cross  1837 

Ferguson,  Mary  Ann,  widow  of  Robert 
57  Cross  1838-1840 

20  Madison  1841-1842 

Ferguson,  Mary  Ann,  widow  of  Robert, 
music  printer 
1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  20  Madison  1843 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  44  Oliver  1844 

Ferguson,  Mary  Ann,  widow  of  Robert, 

music  printer  not  in  1845-1847 

Ferguson,  Mary  Ann,  wid.  Robert,  music 
printer 
22  Spruce  1848 

Ferguson,  Mary  Ann,  wid.  Robert,  music 

printer  not  in  1849 

22  Spruce,  h.  90  Elm  1850 

48  Duane,  h.  92  Elm  1851-1853 

Ferguson,  Mary  Ann,  wid.  Robert,  music 
48  &  50  Duane,  h.  92  Elm  1854 

Ferguson,  Mary  Ann,  wid.  Robert,  printer 
48  Duane,  h.  92  Elm  1855 

Ferguson,  Mary  A.,  wid.  Robert,  printer 
40  &  48  Duane,  h.  18  Wooster  1856 

h.  18  Wooster  1857 

Ferguson,  Mary  A.,  wid.  Robert,  music 
h.  18   Wooster  1858 

Ferguson,  Mary  A.,  wid.  Robert 
h.  18  Wooster  1859 

Ferguson,  Mary  A.,  wid.  Robert,  printing 
h.  18  Wooster  1860 

Ferguson,  Mary  A.,  wid.  Robert,  music 
h.  18  Wooster  1861-1862 

Ferret  &  Co.  (of  Philadelphia)  * 
237  Broadway  1845 

Firth,  Edward  I.,  music 

563  B'way  1863 

563  B'way,  h.  L.  I.  1864 

Firth,  Edward  J.,  music 
563  B'way  1865 

Firth,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

8  Warren  1815-1816 

9  Frankfort  1817-1819 
Hester  n.  Rhynder  1820 
362  Pearl,  h.  Hester  n.  Rhynder  1821 
Hester  n.  Rhynder  1822 
215  Hester  1823-1824 
360  Pearl  1825-1828 
358  Pearl,  h.  B'klyn  1829-1830 
358  Pearl,  h.  23  Chesnut  1831 
1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  236  Orange                    1832 


1  This  was  address  of  Henry   S.   Tanner  from   1845- 
1847. 


Firth,  John,  musical  instrument  maker,  cont'd 
1  Franklin  sq.  1833-1836 

41  Vandewater  1837 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  20  Mott  1838-1841 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  Williamsburgh  1842 

Firth,  John,  music  store 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  Newtown  1843-1845 

Firth,  John,  music 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  Newtown  1846-1849 

Firth,  John,  manufacturer 

1  Franklin  sq.  1850 

Firth,  John,  music 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  Newtown  1851-1853 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  L.  I.  1854 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  Newtown,  L.  I.  1855 

547  Broadway,  h.  Newtown,  L.  I.    1856-1857 
547  Broadway,  h.  L.  I.  1858 

547  Broadway,  h.  Newtown,  L.  I.  1859 

547  Broadway,  h.  L.  I.  1860 

Firth,  John,  pianos 

547  Broadway,  h.  L.  I.  1861-1862 

Firth,  John,  music 
563  Broadway,  h.  L.  I.  1863-1864 

Firth,  Thaddeus,  music  store 
239  Broadway  1845 

239  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn  1846-1847 

Firth,  Thaddeus,  music 

1  Franklin  sq,  h.  228  Henry  1848-1849 

Firth,    Thaddeus,   manufacturer 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  Brooklyn  1850 

Firth,  Thaddeus,  music 

1  Franklin  sq,  h.  Brooklyn  1851 

1  Franklin  sq,  h.  Wmsburg  1852-1853 

1  Franklin  sq,  h.  Roslyn,  L.  I.  1854 

Firth,  Thaddeus,  music  not  in  1855-1857 

Firth,  Thaddeus,  musical  inst. 

700  B'way,  h.  L.  I.  1858 

Firth,  Thaddeus,  pianos 
700  B'way,  h.  L.  I.  1859 

Firth,  Thaddeus,  pianos  not  in  1860-1864 

Firth,  Thaddeus,  sec. 

80  Beaver,  h.  109  Schermerhorn, 

B'klyn  1865 

Firth,  Thaddeus,  music  and  musical  in- 
struments 
563  B'way,    h.    109    Schermerhorn, 
B'klyn  1866 

Firth  &  Hall,  music  store 
362  Pearl  1821-1822 

358  Pearl  1823-1826 

358  &  360  Pearl  1827-1828 

358  Pearl  1829-1831 2 

1  Franklin  sq.  1832  s 

2  "Home,  sweet  Home"  cop.  1830  by  Firth  &  Hall,  1 
Franklin  sq. 

"The  Lexington  Rondo"  by  William  Iucho,  cop.  1831, 
Firth  &  Hall,  1  Franklin  sq. 

3  "The  Third  Calisthenic   Rondo"   by  Wilhelm  Iucho, 
cop.  1833,  by  Firth  &  Hall,  1  Franklin  Sq. 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


37 


Firth  &  Hall,  music  store,  continued 

1  Franklin  sq.  1834-1842  * 

Firth  &  Hall,  music 

1  Franklin  sq.  &  239  Broadway  1844 

1  Franklin  sq.  1845-1846 

Firth   &   Hall,   manufacturers   of   piano 
fortes,  with  the  new  patent  vibrating 
overbridge,  and  importers  of  all  kinds 
of  musical  merchandize 
1  Franklin  sq.  1847 

Firth,  Hall  &  Pond,  music  store 

1  Franklin  sq.  1833 

Firth,  Hall  &  Pond,  music  warehouse 
1  Franklin  sq.  1843-1844 

239  Broadway  1845-1847 

Firth,  Pond  &  Co.,  manufacturers  of 
pianofortes,  flutes,  guitars  etc.  also 
publishers  and  importers  of  music, 
and  special  agents  for  Morrison's 
hygeian  pills 
1  Franklin  sq.  1848-1849 

Firth,  Pond  &  Co.,  manufacturers  of 
pianofortes,  flutes,  guitars  etc.  also 
publishers  and  importers  of  music 
and  general  agents  for  Morrison's 
hygeian  medicines 
1  Franklin   sq.  1850 

Firth,  Pond  &  Co.,  music 

1  Franklin  sq.  1851-1855 

Firth,  Pond  &  Co.,  musical  instruments 

547  Broadway  1856 

Firth,  Pond  &  Co.,  music 

547  Broadway  1857-1860 

Firth,  Pond  &  Co.,  pianos 

547  Broadway  1861-1862 

Firth,  Son  &  Co.,  music 

563  B'way  1863-1864 

Firth,   Son  &  Co.,  publishers  of  music, 
manufacturers     and     importers     of 
musical  instruments 
563  B'way  1865 

Fischer,  Edward,  music 

h.  203  E.  117th  1875 

Fischer,  Hermine,  music 

203  E.  117th  1875 

Fleetwood,  Anthony,  lithographer 

47  Murray  1828 

12  Rivington  .  1829 

51  Murray  1830 

Brooklyn  1831 

Fleetwood,  Anthony,  lithographer  not  in 

1832-1833 


1  On  many  Hutchinson  Family  songs:  cop.  1843,  by 
Firth  &  Hall,  1  Franklin  sq.  and  J.  L.  Hewitt,  239 
Broadway 

"La  Reve"  par  W.  V.  Wallace,  Firth,  Hall  &  Pond, 
239  Broadway,  Firth  &  Hall,  1  Franklin  sq.  Ent.  ac. 
to  Congress,  1843  by  James  L.  Hewitt  &  Co. 


Fleetwood,  Anthony,  lithographer,  continued 

11  Bedford  1834 

76  Prince  1835 

118  Canal  1836 

126  Nassau,  h.  158  Spring  1837-1838 

Fleetwood,  Anthony,  lithographer  not  in 

1839-1840 

Fleetwood,  Anthony,  artist 

191  Greene  1841-1842 

Fleetwood,  Anthony,  artist  not  in  1843 

Fleetwood,  Anthony,  lithographer 

121  Av.  3  1844-1845 

Fleetwood,  Anthony,  lithographer  not  in  1846 

102  Nassau,  h.  198  Av.  3  1847 


Garland,  Francis,  music 
123  Varick,  h.  123  Varick  1854 

Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

132  Chatham  1802 

152  Chatham  1803 

380  Pearl  1804 

Geib,  Adam,  listed  among  music  profes- 
sors in  1805  Trade  Directory 

Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

13  Leonard  1806-1808 

upper  end  Mulberry  1809-1810 

Mulberry  n.  Prince  1811 

95  Leonard  1812 

upper  end  Mulberry  1813-1814 

9  Maiden-lane  1815 

23  Maiden-lane  1816-1821 

23  Maiden-lane,  h.   Carmine  1822 

23  Maiden-lane  1823 

Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music  not  in  1824 

Geib,  Adam,  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1825-1829 

23  Maiden-lane,  h.  Mulberry  n. 

Bleecker  1830-1834 

23  Maiden-lane,  h.  306  Mulberry  1835 

Geib,  Adam,  music 
23  Maiden-lane,  h.  306  Mulberry    1836-1843 
73  Av.  3  1844 

Geib,  Adam 
71  Av.  3  1845-1849 

Geib,  Charlotte,  widow  of  Adam 
95  Pitt  1848 

105  Pitt  1849 

Geib,  George,  music 
22  Wall  1818 

Geib,  George,  music  store 

146  Fulton  1819 

Geib,  George,  patent  music  school 
146  Fulton  1820 

Geib,  George,  music  teacher 
210  Broadway  1821 

Geib,  George,  music  store  &  teacher 
208  Broadway  1822 

Geib,  George,  music  teacher 
88  White,  h.  164  Broadway  1823 


38 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Geib,  George,  professor  of  music 

16  Greene  1824 
his  schools  are  at  Miss   Oram's   133 

Greenwich,  at  Mr.  Hoxie's  Walker- 
st.  Church,  and  at  Vandewater  street 
Church 

Geib,  George,  professor  of  music 
26  Greene  1825 

Sixth  n.  6th  Avenue  1826 

65  Dey  1827 

10  Greene  1828 

(no  address  given)  1829 

119  Canal  1830 

9  John,  h.  9  Bleecker  1831-1832 

Geib,  George,  professor  of  music      not  in  1833- 

1839. 

Geib,  George 

116  Perry  1840 

Union  sq.  c.  Nineteenth  1841 

Geib,  George,  professor  of  music 
44  Vesey  1842 

Geib,  George  H.,  music  teacher 
48  Av.  6  1843 

E.  18th  n.  Broadway  1844-1847 

36  E.  18th  1848-1849 

Geib,  George  H.,  music  teacher  not  in  1850 

Geib,  George  H.,  pianos 
345  Broadway,  h.  W.  31st.  n.  Av.  8  1851 

325  Broadway,    h.    229    W.    31st  1852 

325  Broadway,  h.  230  W.  31st  1853 

W.  35th  n.  Eighth  &  325  Broadway,  h. 

185  W.  30th  1854 

501  Broadway,  15  Tenth  &  194  W. 

35th,  h.  995  Broadway  1855 

501  Broadway,   15   Tenth,  &   194  W. 

35th,  h.  Newark,  N.  J.  1856 

1076  &  1131  Broadway,  h.  1076  Broad- 
way 1857 

Geib,  George  H.,  pianos  not  in  1858-1860 

h.  1257  B'way  1861 

h.  172  W.  38th  1862-1863 

Geib,  George  H.,  music 
h.  66  W.  33d  1864 

Geib,  George  H.,  pianos 
h.  66  W.  33d  1865 

Geib,  George  H.,  pianos  not  in  1866-1867 

831  B'way,  h.  Morrisania  1868-1869 

17  Union  sq.,  h.  Morrisania  1870 
17  Union  sq.                                       1871-1872 

Geib,  John,  organbuilder 
First  1798-1799 

Geib  &  Co.,  John,  organ  builders 

Bowery  cor.  North  1800-1802 

Geib,  &  Son,  John,  organ  builders 
Bowery  cor.  North  1803 

Bowery  1804 

Corres  Gard.  Leonard  1805 

Leonard  1806-1809 

95  Leonard  1810 


Geib,  &  Son,  John,  organ  builders,  continued 
95  Leonard  &  36  Sugar  loaf  1811-1812 

55  Sugarloaf  1813 

Geib,  &  Son,  J.,  organ  builders 
55  Sugarloaf  1814 

Geib,  John,  organ  builder 
55  Sugarloaf  1815 

Geib,  jun.  John,  pianoforte  maker 
Franklin  c.  Church  1816-1819 

Geib,  jun.,  John,  pianoforte  maker      not  in  1820 
Carmine  n.  Bedford  1821-1822 

Geib,  John  and  Adam,  pianoforte  makers 
40  Barclay  1804 

Mount  Vernon  1805 

Geib,  J.  &  A.,  pianoforte  makers 

Leonard  n.  B'way  1806-1808 

Geib,  &  Co.,  John  &  Adam,  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1816-1817 

Geib,  J.  A.  &  W.,  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1818-1820 

Geib,  J.  A.  &  W.,  piano  &  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1821 

Geib,  A.  &  W.,  piano  &  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1822-1823 

Geib,  A.  &  W.  &  Co.,  piano  &  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1824 

Geib,  A.  &  W.,  piano  &  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1825-1827 

Geib,  Adam,  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1828 

Geib  &  Walker,  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1829-1835 

Geib  &  Walker,  music 
23  Maiden-lane  1836-1842 

Geib  &  Walker,  pianofortes 
23  Maiden-lane  1843 

Geib  &  Jackson,  pianos 
361  Broadway  1849 

Geib  &  Jackson,  pianofortes 
361  Broadway  1850 

Geib  &  Jackson,  pianos 
361  Broadway  1851 

499  Broadway  1852-1854 

783  Broadway  1855-1858 

Geib,  William 
Carmine  n.  Bedford  1822-1823 

23  Maiden-lane,  h.  Carmine  n.  Bedford  1824 
23  Maiden-lane,  h.  Broadway  n.  Fourth  1825 
23  Maiden-lane,  h.  Bleecker  n.  Herring  1826 
23  Maiden-lane,  h.  3rd  Avenue  1827 

3rd  Ave.  Eleventh  1828 

219  Broadway,  h.  Avenue  3d  n.  Eleventh  1829 
170  Broadway,  h.  Ave.  3d  n.  Eleventh  1830 
201  Broadway,  h.  Ave.  3d  n.  Eleventh  1831 
201  Broadway,  h.  Av.  3d  n.  Eleventh 

1832-1834 
201  Broadway,  h.  Av.  3d  n.  Twelfth       1835 

Geib,  William  not  in  1836-1837 

Geib,  William,  pianos 

Avenue  3d  n.  Twelfth  1838 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


39 


Geib,  William  H.,  pianofortes 
23  Maiden-lane  1844 

23  Maiden-lane,  h.  108  Chambers  1845 

Geib,  William  H.,  pianos 
23  Maiden-lane,  h.  71  Av.  3  1846-1847 

Geib,  William  H.  &  Co.,  pianos 
361  Broadway,  h.  71  Av.  3  1848 

Geib,  William  H.,  pianos 
361  Broadway,  h.  71  Av.  3  1849 

Geib,  William  H.,  pianofortes 
361  Broadway  1850 

Geib,  William  H.,  pianos 
361  Broadway  1851 

499  Broadway  1852-1853 

499  Broadway,  h.  Stat.  Isl.  1854 

783  Broadway,  h.  Stat.  Isl.  1855 

783  Broadway,  h.  Richmond,  S.  I.  1856 

783  Broadway,  h.  S.  Island  1857 

783  Broadway,  h.  S.  I.  1858-1859 

4  Leroy  pi.  1860 

4  Leroy  pi.,  h.  S.  I.  1861-1869 

94  Bleecker,  h.  L.  I.  1870 

94  Bleecker  1871-1872 

Geslain,  Charles  T.,  music  store 
357  Broadway  1840 

361  Broadway  1841 

72  Lispenard  1842 

Geslain,  Charles  T.,  music  store         not  in  1843 

Geslain,  Alexander  C,  jr.,  music 

547  Broadway,  h.  Williamsburg  1844 

Gilfert,  George,  organist 
64  Nassau    '  ■  1789 

66  Chatham  1790 

Gilfert,  George,  tavern  keeper 
66  Chatham  1791 

Gifford,  George,  organist 

14  Dye  1792 

Gifford,  George,  boarding  house 

Dye  1793 

Giffert,  George,  boarding  house 
34  Dey  1794 

Gilfert,    George,    organist   of   the    New 
Dutch  Church 
34  Dey  1795 

Gilfert,   George,  organist  to  the  Dutch 
Church 
.34  Dey  1796 

Gilfert,  George,  organist 
34  Dey  1797 

Giffert,  George  and  Comp.,  musical  maga- 
zine 
209  Broadway  1795 

Gilfert,  &  Co.,  musical  magazine 

177  Broadway  1796 

Gilfert  &  Co.  George,  musical  magazine 

177  Broadway  1797 

Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine 

177  Broadway  1798-1801 

216  Broadw.  opposite  St.  P.  1802 


Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine,  continued 
216  Broadway  1803 

13  Maiden  Lane  1804-1805 

Gilfert,  George,  pianoforte  warehouse 

13  Maiden  Lane  1806-1814 

Gilfert,  widow 

107  Liberty  1815 

Gomez;  Benjamin,  book-binder  and  sta- 
tioner 

32  Maiden-lane  1791-1793 
97  Market  1794 
97  Maiden-lane  1795 

Gomez,    Benjamin,   bookseller   and   sta- 
tioner 
97  Maiden-lane  1796 

Gomez,   Benjamin,  bookbinder  and  sta- 
tioner 
97  Maiden-lane  1797-1800 

Gomez,  Benjamin,  Fortunate-Lottery 
Office 
97  Maiden-lane  1801 

Gomez,  Benjamin,  lottery  office  &  dry- 
goodstore 
97  Maiden-lane  1802 

Gomez,  Benjamin,  lottery  office  and  dry- 

goodstore  not  in  1803 

97  Maiden-lane  1804 

Gomez,  Benjamin 

33  Warren  1805 
Gomez,  Benjamin,  bookse.  &  lottery- 
office 

74  Maiden-la.  1806 

Gomez,  Benjamin,  lottery  office 
74  Maiden-lane  1807-18D8 

Gordon,  Stephen  T.,  pianos   (see  Berry 
&  Gordon) 
297  Broadway,  h.  102  Harrison,  B'klyn   1854 

Gordon,  Stephen  T.,  music 
297  Broadway,  h.  102  Harrison,  B'klyn 

1855-1856 

Gordon,  Stephen  P.,  pianos,  melodeons, 
&  music 
297  B'way,  h.  102  Harrison,  B'klyn        1857 

Gordon,  Stephen  T.,  music 
706  Broadway,  h.  102  Harrison,  B'klyn    1858 
706  Broadway,  h.  98  Harrison  1859 

Gordon,  Stephen  T.,  pianos 
706  Broadway,  h.  123  E.  34th  1860-1861 

Gordon,  Stephen  T.,  music 

706  Broadway,  h.  123  E.  34th  1862 

538  Broadway,  h.  123  E.  34th  1863 

538  Broadway,  h.  175  E  41st  1864 

Gordon,  Stephen  T.,  pianos 

538  Broadway,  h.  175  E.  41st  1865 

706  B'way,  h.  175  E.  41st  1866 

706  B'way,  h.  315  E  41st  1867 

Gordon,  Stephen  T.,  music 
706  B'way,  h.  315  E.  41st  1868-1872 

13  E.  14th,  h.  315  E  41st  1873 

13  E.  14th,  h.  455  W.  21st  1874 


40 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


1875 


1867-1868 


1873-1875 


1851 
1852 


1851 


1852 

1795- 

not  in  1796 

1797 
1798 
1787 


Gordon,  Stephen  T.,  pianos 

13  E.  14th,  h.  455  W.  21st 
Gordon  &  Slater,  mus.  insts. 

706  B'way 
Gordon,  S.  T.  &  Son,  music 

13  E.  14th 
Gould,  John  E.,  music  pubr. 

297  B'way,  h.  59  Murray 

297  B'way,  h.  112  Joralemon,  B'klyn 
Gould,  J.  E.  &  Co.,  music  publishers  and 
pianoforte  dealers 

297  Broadway 
Gould  &  Berry,  pianos,  publishers  and 
dealers  in  music 

297  Broadway 
Gowan,  Alexander,  printer 

139  William 
Gowan,  Alexander,  printer 
Gowan,  A.,  printer 

62  Dey 
Gowan,   A.,  portrait  painter 

102  Pearl 
Greenleaf,  Thomas,  printer 

25  Bowery- lane 

196  Water,  near  the  Coffee  House 

1789-1790 

196  Water  1791-1793 

123  Water  1794 

54  Wall  1795 

Greenleaf,  Thomas,  printer  and  editor  of 
the  Argus  and  Register 

54  Wall  1796 

Greenleaf,  Thomas,  printer  and  bookseller 

54  Wall  1797-1798 

Greenleaf,  Thomas,  widow  of  T.,  printer 

and  bookseller  1799 

Griffiths  &  Co.,  publishers 

300,  538  &  773  Broadway  1855 


Hall,  William,  musical  instrument  ma. 
Wooster  n.  Prince  1820 

362  Pearl  1821-1822 

358  Pearl  1823-1824 

39  Roosevelt  1825 

494  Pearl  1826 

358  Pearl,  h.  57  Cross  1827-1828 

358  Pearl,  h.  430  Pearl  1829-1830 

Hall,  William,  musical  inst.  maker 
358  Pearl,  h.  35  Madison  1831 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  12  Dover  1832 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  41  Cherry  1833-1834 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  2  Dover  1835-1842 

Hall,  William,  music 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  2  Dover  1843-1847 

Hall,  William  &  Son,  music  warehouse 
239  Broadway,  h.  16  White  1848-1849 

Hall,  William  &  Son,  piano  maker 
237  Broadway  &  16  White,  h.  16  White  1850 


Hall,  William  &  Son,  music  warehouse 

239  Broadway  &  1  Park  pi.,  h.  16  White 

1851-1853 
Hall,  William  &  Son,  music 

239  Broadway  1854 

Hall,  William  &  Son,  pianos 

r.  16  White,  h.  16  White  1854 

Hall,  William  &  Son,  music 

239  Broadway,  h.  16  White  1855 

239  Broadway  &  16  White,  h.  W.  34th, 
n.  Eighth  av.  1856 

Hall,  William  &  Son,  pianos 

239  Broadway  &  16  White,  h.  207  W. 
34th  1857 

Hall,  William  &  Son,  musical  instruments 
and  music 

239  B'way  &  16  White,  h.  207  W.  34th    1858 
Hall,  William  &  Son,  pianofortes  &  music 

543  B'way,  h.  207  W.  34th  1859 

Hall,  William  &  Son,  music 

543  B'way,  h.  207  W.  34th 
Hall,  William  &  Sons,  music 

543  B'way,  h.  207  W.  34th 

543  B'way,  h.  339  W.  34th 
Hall,  William  &  Son,  agents  for  Driggs 
patent  pianofortes,  publishers  of  sheet 
music  and  agents  for  Prince  &  Co.'s 
melodeons  &  school  organs 

543  B'way,  h.  339  W.  34th 
Hall,  William  &  Son,  music 

543  Broadway,  h.  339  W.  34th 

751  Broadway,  h.  339  W.  34th 

751  Broadway 
Harding,  Edwin  H,  music 

288  Bowery,  h.  15  E.  Houston 
Harding,  Edward  H,  music 

288  Bowery,  h.  15  E.  Houston 

299  Bowery 
Harper,  William,  publisher  * 

177  B'dway,  h.  220  Av.  6 
Harrison,  James,  music  seller 

108  Market,  and  house  24  Nassau 
Harrison,  James,  music  and  print  seller 

58  Maiden  Lane 
Harrison  and  Purdy,  printers 

3  Peck  slip 
Harrisson  and  Purdy,  printers 

3  Peckslip 
Harrisson,  John,  printer 

3  Peck-slip  1791-1793 

Harrisson,  John,  printer  and  bookseller 

Peck-slip  1794 

Harrisson,  John,  printer  and  stationer 

3  Peck-slip  1795 

Harrison,  John,  printer,  bookseller  and 
editor  of  the  N.  York  Weekly  Museum 

3  Peck-slip  1796 


1860-1862 

1863 

1864 


1865 

1866-1870 

1871 

1872-1874 

1871-1873 

1874 

1875 

1853 
1794 


1795 


1789 


1790 


1  Classified   Directory  of   1853   lists  W.   &  J.   Harper, 
177  B'dway,  under  'music  stores'. 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


41 


Harrisson,  John,  printer  and  stationer 

3  Peck-slip  1797-1803 

Harrisson,  John,  printer,  book  and  sta- 
tionary store 

3  Peck-slip  1804 

Harrisson,  widow  of  John,  printer  &  book- 
store 

3  Peck-slip  1805 

Hart,  Charles,  lithographer 

99  Fulton,  h.   161    Schermerhorn, 

B'klyn  1861-1862 

99  Fulton,  h.  159  Willoughby,  B'klyn    1863 

99  Fulton,  h.  Portland  av.  n.  Dekalb 

Av.,  B'klyn  1864 

99  Fulton,  h.  90  Sands,  B'klyn         1865-1870 

99  Fulton  1871 

36  Vesey,  h.  106  Sands,  B'klyn        1872-1873 
Hart,  Charles,  printer 

36  Vesey,  h.  B'klyn  1874 

Hart,  Charles,  lithographer 

36  Vesey,  h.  292  Adam,  B'klyn  1875 

Hathaway,  Samuel,  publisher 

9  Spruce,  h.  128  W.  44th  1860-1861 

Hathaway,  Samuel,  publisher  not  in  1862 

9  Spruce,  h.  Conn.  1863 

Hathaway,  Samuel,  publisher  not  in  1864 

Hathaway,  Samuel,  printer 

9  Spruce,  h.  Ct.  1865 

Hewit,  James,  musician 

72  Courtlandt  1793 

137  Front  1794 

Hewit,  James,  music  professor 

1  Lumber  1795 

Hewit,  James,  music  professor  not  in  1796 

Hewitt,  James,  professor  of  music 

71  Cedar  1797 

Hewitt,  James,  music-store 

131  William  1798 

23  Maiden-lane  1799-1800 

59  Maiden-lane  1801 

Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden-lane  1802-1810 

15  Chatham  1811 

Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository  not  in 

1812-1817 
Hewitt,  James,  musician 

20  Harison  1818 

87  Warren  1819 

Hewitt,  J.,  musical  repository  1 

156V2  William  1819 

Hewitt,  J.,  musical  repository  not  in  1820-1829 
Hewitt  &  Co.,  James  L.,  music  store 

137  Broadway  1830-1831 

Hewitt,  James  L.,  music  store 

137  Broadway  1832 


1  J.  Hewitt  Musical  Repository,  No.  156 J^  William. 
This  Blooming  Rose  at  early  Dawn,  by  T.  Philips. 
Eng.  by  T.  Birch,  38  Vesey.  May  28,  1819.  Rec'  at 
Dept.  of  State. 


Hewitt,  &  Co.  James  L.,  music  store 

137  Broadway  1833 

137  Broadway,  h.  18  Howard  1834-1835 

Hewitt,  &  Co.  James  L.,  music 
239  Broadway,  h.  Ill  Broadway  1836 

239  Broadway,  h.  120  Cedar  1837-1838 

Hewitt,  James  L.,  music 
239  Broadway,  h.  38  Lispenard      1839-1841 

Hewitt   &   Jaques,    music   store 2 
239  Broadway  1839-1841 

Hewitt  &  Co.  James  L.,  music 
239  Broadway  c.  Park  pi.  1842 

239  Broadway  1843 

Hewitt,  James  L.,  music 
372  Broadway  1844 

295  Broadway  1845 

231  Broadway  1846 

297  Broadway  1847 

Hill,  Peter,  books  &  stationery 
94  Broadway  1832 

Hill,   Peter,  books  &  stationary 
94  Broadway  1833-1834 

Hill  &  Co.,  Peter,  books  &  stationery 
94  Broadway  1835 

Hill,  Peter,  publisher 
94  Broadway  1836 

11  Old  Slip  1837-1838 

Wall  c.  Water  1839-1842 

Hill,  Peter,  stationer 
7  Tontine  1843 

7  Tontine  buildings,  Wall  c.  Watr  1844 

Hill,  Peter,  stationer  not  in  1845-1848 

Hill,  Peter 
W.  27th  n.  Av.  9  1849 

Hill,  Warren.    See  Part  III. 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  publisher 
14  Chambers,  h.  152  E.  13th  1862 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  pres. 

14  Chambers  1863 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  cards 
14  Chambers  1864 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  books 

14  Chambers,   h.   46  First  1865 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  stationer 

14  Chambers  1866 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  books 

14  Chambers,  h.  131  Madison  1867 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  stationer 
98  Spring,  h.  N.  J.  1868 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  books 
24  Beekman,  h.  L.  I.  1869 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  music 
24  Beekman,  h.  L.  I.  1870 


2  Hewitt  &  Jaques,  239  Broadway,  cop.  1837,  "Wil- 
liams Light  Infantry  Quick  Step"  composed  by  Sam. 
A.  Cooper. 

Hewitt  &  Jaques,  239   B'way,  cop.   1838,  "The  Ivy 
Green"  by  Henry  Russell. 

Pieces  of  music  bearing  the  address,  129  Broadway, 
and  36  Market,  Boston,  were  issued  about  1827. 


42 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  publisher  and 
real  estate  operator 
29  Beekman,  h.  L.  I.  1871 

Hitchcock,  Benjamin  W.,  music 
439  Third  Ave,  h.  L.  I.  1872 

Hitchcock,    Benjamin  W.,   real   estate 
operator 
439  Third  Ave,  h.  L.  I.  1873 

355  Third  Ave,  h.  L.  I.  1874 

Hitchcock,    Benjamin   W,    real   estate 
operator   &  music  publisher,   orig- 
inator of  dime  music,  and  musical 
bouquet 
355  Third  Ave,  h.  L.  I.  1875 

Hodge,    Robert,    book-binder,    and    sta- 
tioner 
38  Maiden-lane  1786 

Hodge,  Robert,  stationer  and  bookseller 
237  Queen  1787 

Hodge,   Robert,  bookseller,  printer  and 
stationer 
237  Queen  1789 

Hodge,  Robert,  bookseller  and  stationer 

•    237  Queen  1790 

Hodge,  Robert,  bookseller,  stationer  and 
printer 
237  Queen  1791 

11  Water  1792 

Hodge,  Robert,  bookseller  and  stationer 
11  Water  1793 

94  Water  1794-1796- 

Holman,  John,  printer 

Centre  c.  White  1863-1866 

Centre  c.  White,  h.  33  City  hall  pi.  1867 

Holman,  Thomas,  printer 
90  Fulton,  h.  213  Broome  1847-1849 

90  Fulton,  h.    156  Delancy  1850 

146  William,  h.  109  Norfolk  1851-1852 

White  c.  Centre,  h.  109  Norfolk  1853 

White  c.  Centre,  h.  66  Stanton  1854-1855 

Centre  c.  White,  h.  155  Allen  1856-1859 

Centre  c.  White,  h.  117  W.  45th  1860-1861 
Centre  c.  White,  h.  117  W.  46th  1862-1863 
Centre  c.  White,  h.  E.  78th  n.  Third 

av.  1864-1865 

Centre  c.  White,  h.  E.  78th  n.  Fourth  av.  1866 

Holman,  Thomas,  book  &  job  printer 
White  c.  Centre,  h.  E.  78th  n.  Third  av.    1867 

Holman,  Thomas,  printer 
White  c.  Centre,  h.  Yonkers  1868-1875 

Holman,  William,  printer 
h.  155  Allen  1857 

Holman  &  Gray,  book  &  job  printers, 
Improved  magic  and  yankee  presses 
for  card  printing 
90  Fulton  bet.  William  &  Gold       1847-1850 

Holman  &  Gray,  printers 

146  William  1851-1852 


Holman,  Gray  &  Co,  printers 

Centre  c.  White  1853-1854 

Holman  &  Gray,  printers 

White  c.  Centre  1855 

Holman  &  Jar  dine,  engravers 

83  Nassau  1855 

Holt,  Charles,  jr.,  pianofortes,  publisher 
of  music  and  of  the  Hutchinson  song 
book 

156  Fulton,     second     door     East     of 
Broadway,  h.  210  Pearl,  Brooklyn        1847 
Flolt,  Charles,  jr.,  pianofortes 1 

82  Fulton,  h.  146  Bridge,  Brooklyn        1848 

134  Fulton,  h.  140  Bridge,  Brooklyn        1849 

c.  h,  h.  195  Fulton  1850 

Horn,  Charles  E,  prof,  music 

250  Spring  1833 

Horn,  Charles  E,  prof,  music  not  in  1834 

48  Greenwich  1835 

381  Broadway  c.  White  1836 

Horn,  Charles  E,  prof,  music 2  not  in  1837-1838 
Horn,  Charles  E,  music 

367  Broadway  1839 

367  Broadway,  h.  12  Hubert  1840 

348  Broadway,  h.  534  Broadway  1841 

24  White  1842 

Horn,  Charles  E,  prof,  music 

24  White  1843 

Horn,  W.  &  Co.3 

348  Broadway  1841? 

Howe,  William,  organbuilder  and  musick 
store 

326  Pearl  1796 

Howe,  William,  organbuilder  and  mus. 
inst.  store 

320  Pearl  1797 

Howe,  William,  organbuilder  etc.4 

320  Pearl  1798 

Howe,  widow  of  William,  musical  store 

320  Pearl  1799-1800 

Howe,  widow  of  William,  musical  store 

not  in  1801-1802 


1"OJ  Susanna."  Christy  Minstrels,  cop.  1848,  by  C. 
Holt,    jr.,    260    Broadway. 

2  "All  things  love  thee,  so  do  I."  by  Charles  E.  Horn, 
sung  by  Mrs.  C.  E.  Horn,  cop.  1838,  Charles  E.  Horn, 
367  Broadway.  Another  copy  has  address  411  Broad- 
way. 

"A  Northern  Refrain;  suggested  from  a  well-known 
New  York  carol,  the  words  written  by  G.  P.  Morris, 
the  melody  and  arrangement  composed  by  Charles 
E.  Horn,  cop.  1838,  by  Davis  &  Horn,  411  Broadway. 

3"0  Logie!  O  Buchan."  Scotch  ballad.  Sung  by 
Mrs.  C.  E.  Horn  (no  composer's  name).  C.  E.  Horn 
was  at  this  address  1841. 

4  "Monsieur  Mong  Tong  Paw"  Song  advertised  in 
Aug.  1798  as  "just  published  and  for  sale  at  Wm. 
Howe's  wholesale  &  retail  warehouse  320  Pearl 
street,"  N.  Y.  —  Sonneck,  Bibliography  of  early 
American  secular  music. 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


43 


How,  widow  Sarah,  musical  warehouse 
320  Pearl      .  1803 

Hoyer,   Charles  F.,  music  st.  &  consul 
for  Baden 
393  B'way  1834-1837 

301  B'way,  h.  94  Duane  1838-1839 

Hoyer,  Charles  F.,  music  st. 
301  B'way,  h.  94  Duane  1840-1842 

Hoyer,  Charles  F.,  music 
301  B'way,  h.  76  Leonard  1843-1846 

Hoyer,  Charles  F.,  importer  of  foreign 
music 
301  Broadway,  h.  76  Leonard         1847-1848 
389  Broadway,  h.  76  Leonard  1849 

Hoyer,  Charles  F.,  music  store 
389  Broadway,  h.  Hbkn.  1850 


Imbert,  Anthony,  painter 

146  Fulton  1825 

Imbert,  Anthony,  lithographic  office 

79  Murray  1826-1827 

Imbert,  Anthony,  lithographer 

233  Broadway,  h.  79  Murray  1828 

104  Broadway,  h.  79  Murray  1829 

104  Broadway  1830-1831 

79  Murray  1832 

104  Broadway  ■    1833-1834 

Imbert,  Anthony,  lithographer        not  in  1835- 

1837 
Imbert,  Mary,  widow  of  Anthony,  boy's 
clothing 

186  Canal  1838 

Ives,  James,  lithographer 

Nassau  c.  Spruce,  h.  89  Chrystie  1850 

Ives,  James,  lithographer  not  in  1851 

Ives,  James  M.,  publisher 

152  Nassau,  h.  164  Bridge,  Brooklyn      1852 
Ives,  James  M.,  valentines 

152  Nassau,  h.  164  Bridge  1853 

Ives,  James  M.,  publisher 

152  Nassau,  h.   164  Bridge,   Brook- 
lyn 1854-1856 

152  Nassau,  h.  112  Livingston,  Brooklyn  1857 

152  Nassau,  h.   112  State,  Brooklyn       1858 
Ives,  James  M.,  prints 

152  Nassau,  h.   112  State,  Brooklyn       1859 
Ives,  James  M.,  publisher 

152  Nassau,  h.  112  State,  Brooklyn        1860 
Ives,  James  M.,  prints 

152  Nassau,    h.    112    State,    Brook- 
lyn 1861-1863 
Ives,  James  M.,  publisher 

152  Nassau,  h.  Westchester  1864 

Ives,  James  M.,  prints 

152  Nassau,  h.  Rye  1865-1871 

Ives,  James  M.,  pictures 

123  Nassau,  h.  Rye  1872-1875 

Ivison,  Henry,  books 

178  Fulton,  h.  Bloomfield,  N.  J.       1853-1854 


Ivison  &  Phinney,  publishers 
178  Fulton 


1854 


Jackson,  C.  &  E.,  music  store  * 
332V2  Broadway  1825 

Jacobs,  L.  M.,  books 

134  Bowery  1857 

Jacobs,  Luther  M.,  stationer 

134  Bowery,  h.  B'klyn  1858 

Jacobs,  Luther  M.,  books 

134  Bowery,  &  stationer,  470  B'way,  h. 
Conn.  1859 

Jacobs,  Luther  M.,  books 

134  Bowery,  &  440  B'way,  h.  B'klyn  1860 

207  Eighth  av.,  h.  66  Schermerhorn  1861 
207  Eighth  av.,  h.  76  Schermerhorn  1862 
207  Eighth  av.,  h.  B'klyn  1863 

207  Eighth  av.,  h.  23  Bond  1864-1865 

207  Eighth  av.,  h.  B'klyn  1866-1867 

Jacobs,  Luther  M.,  stationer 

207  Eighth  av.,  h.  B'klyn  1868 

209  Eighth  av.,  h.  B'klyn  1869 

Jacobs,  Luther  M.,  books 
207  Eighth  av.  1870  . 

207  Eighth  av.,  h.  B'klyn  1871 

207  Eighth  av.  1872 

207  Eighth  av.,  h.  27  Dean,  B'klyn  1873 

207  Eighth  av.,  h.  B'klyn  1874 

Jacobs,  Luther  M.,  stationer 
251  Eighth  av.,  h.  B'klyn  1875 

Jaques,  Edward  I. 

15  Renwick  1834 

137  Broadway,  h.  15  Renwick  1835 

Jaques,  Edward  I.,  music 
239  Broadway,  h.  15  Renwick  1836-1840 

239  Broadway,  h.  176  Prince  1841 

176  Prince  1842 

Jaques,  Edward  J. 

197  E.  Broadway  1851-1852 

185  Henry  1853 

Jaques,  James  M.,  daguerreotype 

7y2  Bowery,  h.  42  Dominick  1845 

Jaques,  James  M. 

563  B'way,  h.  42  Dominick  1846 

Jaques,  James  M.,  music 
385  Broadway,  h.  42  Dominick  1847 

385  Broadway,  h.  169  Hudson  1848-1851 

385  Broadway,  h.  8  St.  Luke's  pi.  1852-1853 

Jaques,  &  Johnson,  music 
563  B'way  1846 

Jaques  &  Brother,  music 
385  Broadway  1847-1852 

Jaques,  John  D.,  clerk 

166  Christopher  1845 

Jaques,  John  D.,  clerk  not  in  1846 


1  On  "Nanny  wilt  thou  gang  with  me"  Wm.  Martin. 
Jackson,  C.  &  E.  W.,  325  Broadway,  no  date.  44 
Market  St.  Boston. 


44 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Jaques,  John  D.,  music 

385  Broadway,  h.  18  Charlton 

385  Broadway,  h.  172  Thompson 

385  Broadway,  94  Hamersley 
Jaques,  John  D.,  pianos 

538  Broadway,  h.  222  Varick 
Jaques,  John  D.,  music 

538  Broadway,  h.  493  G'wich 
Jaques,  John   D.,   pianos 

538  Broadway,  h.  493  G'wich 

510  Broadway,  h.  493  G'wich 
Jaques,  John  D. 

h.  493  Greenwich 
Johnson,  Edmund  E.,  music 

563  Broadway,  h.  20  King 
Johnson,  Edmund  E.,  refectory 

31  Canal 
Jollie,  Allen  R.    See  Part  III. 
Jollie,  Edw.    See  Part  III. 
Jollie,  Samuel  C.    See  Part  III. 
Jollie  &  Millet.    See  Part  III. 
Jollie  &  Co.    See  Part  III. 


1847 
1848-1849 
1850-1852 

1853 

1854 

1855 
1856 

1857 

1846 

1847 


Kerksieg,  Erich,  music 

421  Broadway 

1849 

421  Broadway,  h.  397  B'way 

1850 

421  Broadway 

1851 

Kerksieg,  Erich,  music             not 

in  1852-1855 

Kerksieg,  Erich,  teacher 

h.  168  W.  21st 

1856-1? 

Kerksieg,  Erich,  teacher           not 

in  1861 

-1862 

Kerksieg,  Erich 

h.  168  W.  21st 

1863 

Kerksieg,  Erich,  teacher 

h.  168  W.  21st 

1864 

Kerksieg,  Erich,  teacher 

not  in 

1865 

Kerksieg,  Ehrig,  music 

h.  244  W.  21st 

1866 

Kerksieg,  &  Breusing,  music 

421  Broadway 

1849 

-1852 

Knapp,  Joseph,  lithographer 

42  Ann,  h.  So.  2d,  B'klyn 

1856 

449  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn 

1857 

Knapp,  Joseph  F.,  lithographer 

117  Fulton,  h.  Williamsburgh 

1854 

Knapp,  Joseph  F.,  lith. 

117  Fulton,   h.   54   Rivington 

1855 

Knapp,  Joseph  F.,  lithographer 

117  Fulton,  h.  B'klyn 

1856 

449  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn 

1857 

449  B'way,  h.  115  S.  2d,  B'klyn 

1858 

449  B'way,  h.  115  S.  2d,  B'klyn, 

E.D. 

1859 

449  B'way  &  26  Mercer,  h.  27  S. 

Second, 

B'klyn 

1860 

449  B'way,  h.  87  S.  2d,  B'klyn 

1861 

Knapp,  Joseph  F.,  lithogphr. 

449  B'way  &  26  Mercer 

1862 

Knapp,  Joseph  F.,  lithographer 

449  B'way,  h.  87  S.  2d,  B'klyn        1863-1864 

449  B'way,  h.  47  Bedford  av.,  B'klyn 

1865-1866 

71  B'way,  h.  47  Bedford  av.,  B'klyn 

1867-1869 
Knapp,  Jos.  F.,  lithographer 

71  B'way,  h.  B'klyn  1870 

Knapp,  Joseph  F.,  lithographer 

71  B'way  1871 

56  Park  pi.,  h.  B'klyn  1872 

Knapp,  Joseph  F.,  pres. 

319  B'way  &  lithographer  56  Park  pi., 
h.   B'klyn  1873-1875 

Knox,  Jacob,  music  printer 

78  Eastbroadway  1834 


Latur,  Gerard,  musical  store 
20  Maiden  L.  1796 

Law,  Henry  W.,  bookseller 
216  Pearl,  h.  Brooklyn  1850 

23  Park  row,  h.  Brooklyn  1851-1852 

Law,  Henry  W.,  books 

71  Chambers,  h.  Brooklyn  1853 

Law,  Henry  W.,  books  not  in  1854 

Law,  Henry  W.,  publisher 
66  Fulton,   h.   91   Washington,   B'klyn   1855 
310  Broadway,  h.  Carroll  pi.,  B'klyn 

1856-1857 

Lewis,  Charles  E.,  engraver 
493  Broadway  1842 

Lewis,  Charles  E.,  lithographer 
31  King  1843 

73  Sullivan  1844 

39  Sullivan  1845 

Lewis,  George  W.,  lithographer 

136  Beekman  1841 

136  Nassau  1842 

Lewis,  George  W.,  lithog. 

138  Nassau,  h.  357  Bowery  1843 

Lewis,  George  W.,  lithog.  not  in  1844 

Lewis,  George  W.,  lithographer 
272  Pearl,  h.  Carmine  1845 

272  Pearl,  h.  47  Carmine  1846 

272  Pearl,    books    AZx/2    Carmine,   h. 

43y2  Carmine  1847 

272  Pearl,  h.  198  A.  6  1848 

Lewis,  George  W.,  lithographer 

not  in  1849-1850 
142  Fulton  1851 

Lewis,  George  W.,  lithographer 

not  in  1852-1854 

Lewis,  George  W.,  lith. 

163  Broadway,  h.  653  Sixth  av.  1855 

Lewis,   George  W.,   lithographer 

122  Fulton,  h.  574  Sixth  av.  1856 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


45 


Lewis,  George  W,  lithog. 

122  Fulton,  h.  Jersey  city  1857 

122  Fulton  1858 

Lewis,  George  W.,  lithographer 
50  Leonard,  h.  L.  I.  1859 

Lewis,   George  W.,   engraver 
50  Leonard  1860 

Lewis  &  Brown,   lithographers 
272  Pearl  1845-1846 

272  Pearl  &  97  Nassau  1847 

272  Pearl  1848 

Lewis,  John,  bookbinder 
Cross  Collect  1796 

89  Fair  1797 

60  Fair  1798 

70  Gold  1799 

Loudon,  Sam.,  printer,  etc. 
5  Water  1786 

Loudon,  Samuel  and  John,  printers  to  the 
State 
5  &  6  Water  1787 

Loudon,  Samuel  and  John,  printers 
5  Water  1789 

Loudon,  Samuel,  printer 
5  Water  1790 

Loudon,  Samuel,  printer,  bookseller  and 
stationer 
5  Water  1791-1793 

82  Water  1794 

Loudon,  Samuel,  bookseller  and  stationer 
82  Water  1795-1796 

Loudon,  Samuel,  bookseller  and  stationer 

not  in  1797 

Loudon,    Samuel,    jun.,    printer    of    the 
Diary  &  Universal  Daily  Advertizer 
82  Water  1795 

Loudon,  Samuel  C,  bookbinder 

110  Pearl  1798 

110  Pearl  &  14  Cliff  1799-1800 

2  Broad  1801 

102  Pearl  1802 

Loudon,  Samuel  C,  accountant 
22  Pine  1803 

186  Pearl  1804 

Loudon,  Samuel  C,  bookseller 

188  Pearl  1805 

Luis,  Ferdinand,  music 
361  Broadway  1845-1846 

483  Broadway  1847-1848 

483  Broadway,    h.    139    Hudson  1849 

Luis,  Ferdinand,  music  not  in  1850-1852 

722  Broadway,  h.  35  Hammond  1853 

722  Broadway  1854 

769  Broadway  ,  1855 

769  Broadway,  h.  201  Lexington  av. 

1856-1861 

Luis,  Ferdinand,  imp. 
769  Broadway,  h.  201  Lex.  av.  1862 

758  Broadway,  h.  201  Lex.  av.        1863-1866 


Major,  D. 

45  Ann  1835 

Major,  Daniel,  attor. 

10  Cityhall-pl.,  h.  Jane  n.  Av.  8th  1836 

10  Cityhall-pl,  h.  59  Elm  1837 

Major,  Daniel,  attorney 

4  Cityhall-pl,  h.  59  Elm  1838 
Major,  Daniel,  attor  &  couns 

80  Wall,  h.  732  Greenwich  1839 
15  Centre,  h.  51  Grove  1840 
27  Beekman,  h.  115  Barrow  1841 
3  Reade  1842 

Major,  Daniel,  lawyer 

3  Reade  1843 

81  Nassau,  h.  42  Charles  1844 
48  Centre,  h.  42  Charles  1845 

5  Wall,  h.  221  Av.  8  1846 

48  Centre,  h.  221  Av.  8  1847 
511  Pearl,  h.  221   Av.  8  1848 

Major,  Daniel,  lawyer  not  in  1849 
Major,    Daniel,    lithographer 

49  Wall,  h.  248  Av.  8  1850 
Major,  Daniel,  lawyer 

248  Av.  8  1851 
177  Broadway,  h.  50  W.  Washington 

pi.  1852 
179  Broadway,  h.  50  W.  Washington 

pi.  1853 

15  Fulton,  h.  26  Fulton  1854 

37  Chambers,  h.  26  W.  16th  1855-1856 

3  Tryon  row,  h.  26  W.  16th  1857 

Major,  Henry  B,  lithographer 

10  Watts  1844-1845 

117  Fulton,  h.  10  Watts  1846 

117  Fulton,  h.  553  G'wich  1847-1848 

117  Fulton,  h.  Wmsburg  1849-1851 

117  Fulton,  h.  Yonkers  1852 

Major,  Henry,  lithographer 

117  Fulton,  h.  Yonkers  1853-1854 

Major,  Henry,  lithographer  not  in  1855-1858 

Major,  Henry 

h.  232  Tenth  1859 

Major,  Henry  not  in  1860-1862 

Major,  Henry,  carver 

h.  49   Sixth  1864 

Major,  H'y,  lithographer 

449  B'way,  h.   32  Varick  1865 

Major,  Henry,  lithographer 

449  B'way  1866 

71  B'way,  h.  Hickory  n.  Marcy  av.  1867 

71  B'way,  h.  B'klyn  1868-1870 

71  B'way  1871 

Major,  James,  lithographer 

3  Nassau  c.  Wall  1834 

Major,  James,  lithographer  not  in  1835-1839 

Major,  James  P,  engraver 

382  Broome  1840 

Watts  1841 


46 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Major,  James  P.,  engraver  not  in  1842 

10  Watts  1843-1846 

h.  553  Greenwich  1847 

Major,  James  P.,  engraver       not  in  1848-1850 
115  Merchants  Exchange,  h.  Williams- 
burgh  1851 
115  Mer.  Ex.,  h.  Wmsbrg.                        1852 

115  Mer.  Exch.,  h.  Wmsbg.  1853 
Major,    John,    printer 

73  Christopher  1835 

41  Thompson  1836 

Major,  John,  printer  not  in  1837-1838 

Major,  John,  lithographer 

197  Elm  1839 

138  Thompson  1840 

Major,  John,  lithographer         not  in  1841-1845- 

116  Nassau  1846-1847 
73  Nassau  1848 

Major,  John,  lithographer  not  in  1849 

49  Wall,  h.  154  Av.  8  1850 

Major,  J.  &  D.,  lithographers 

49  Wall  1850 

Major,  John  &  Daniel,  lithographers 
177  Broadway,  h.  68  Cliff   (see  card 
appendix)  1851 

Major,  John  &  Daniel,  lithographers,  maps, 
cards,   circulars,   labels,   commercial 
blanks,  etc. 
177  Broadway,  h.  68  Cliff   (see  card 

appendix)  1852 

179  Broadway  (see  card  appendix)  1853 
Major,  Rich'd,  woodengraver 

117  Fulton,  h.  553  G.wich  1848 
Major,  Rich'd,  woodengraver  not  in  1849-1850 
Major,  Richard,  wood  engraver 

117  Fulton,    h.    Williamsburgh  1851 

Major,  Richard,  wood  engrav. 

117  Fulton,  h.  Wmsbg.  1852 

Major,  Richard,  wood  engraver 

117  Fulton,  h.  Williamsburg  1853 

Major,  Richard,  wood  engraver  not  in  1854 

Major,  Richard,  lith. 

117  Fulton,  h.  Brooklyn  1855 

Major,  Richard,  lithographer 

117  Fulton,  h.  Brooklyn  1856 

449  Broadway,  h.  De  Kalb  av.  c.  Marcy 

av.,  Brooklyn  1857 

449  B'way,  h.  Dekalb  av.,  B'klyn  1858-1859 
449  B'way,  h.  Dekalb  c.  Marcy  av., 

B'klvn  1860-1861 

449  B'way  1862 

449  B'way,  h.  B'klyn  1863-1865 

Major,  Richard,  lithographs 
449  B'way  &  26  Mercer  1866 

Major,  Richard,  lithographer 
71  B'way,  h.  B'klyn  1867-1870 

71  B'way  1871 

56  Park  pi.,  h.  B'klyn  1872 

Major,  Richard,  lithographer  not  in  1873 


Major,   Richard,   pres. 
56  Park  pi.,  h.  775  Dekalb  av.,  B'klyn 

1874-1875 
Major  &  Knapp,  lithographers,  engravers 
and  printers 
449  Broadway  1865 

Major  &  Knapp  Engraving,  Manuf.  & 
Lith.  Co. 
449  B'way  1866 

Major  &  Knapp  Engraving,  Manufactur- 
ing &  Lithographic  Co. 
71  B'way  1867-70 

Major  &  Knapp  Engraving,  Manufactur- 
ing &  Lithographing  Co. 
71  B'way  1871 

Major  &  Knapp  Engraving,  Manufactur- 
ing   and    Lithographing    Company. 
Finest  styles  of  lithographic  and  type 
printing 
56  and  58  Park  Place  1872 

Major  &  Knapp  Engraving,  Manuf.  & 
Lithographing  Co. 
58  Park  pi.  1873 

56  Park  pi.  1874-1875 

Mason,   Daniel  G.,  books 
23  Park  row,  h.  2  Bond  1851 

23  Park  row  1852 

23  Park  row,  h.  56  W.  18th  1853-1854 

Mason,  Daniel  G,  publ. 
23  Park  row,  h.  56  W.  18th  1855 

110  Duane,  h.  N.  J.  1856 

Mason,  Daniel  G,  books 

108  Duane,  h.  S.  Orange,  N.  J.      1857-1858 
5  Mercer,  h.  N.  J.  1859-1863 

7  Mercer,  h.  216  W.  20th  1864 

596  B'way  &  128  Crosby,  h.  216  W. 

20th  1865 

596  B'way,  h.  39  Union  pi.  1866 

596  B'way  1867 

Mason,  Daniel  G,  organs 

596    B'way  1868 

596  B'way,  h.  39  W.  21st  1869 

Mason,  Lowell,  professor 

23  Park  row,  h.  56  W.  18th  1854 

Mason,  L.,  jr.,  bookseller 

216  Pearl,  h.  Brooklyn  1850 

Mason,  Lowell,  jr.,  books 

22  Park  row  1851-1852 

23  Park  row  1853 
23  Park  row,  h.  Orange,  N.  J.                  1854 

Mason,  Lowell,  jr.,  publisher 
21  Park  row,  h.  N.  J.  1855 

110  Duane,  h.  N.  Jersey  1856 

108  Duane,  h.  S.  Orange  1857 

Mason,  Lowell,  jr.,  books 

108  Duane,  h.  S.  Orange  1858 

5  Mercer,  h.  N.  J.  1859 

Mason,  Lowell,  jr.,  publisher 
5  Mercer,  h.  N.  J.  1860-1861 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


47 


Mason,  Lowell,  jr.,  books 

5  Mercer,  h.  N.  J. 

1862-1863 

7  Mercer,  h.  N.  J. 

1864 

596  B'way  &  128  Crosby,  h. 

N.  J.          1865 

596  B'way,  h.  N.  J. 

1866-1867 

Mason,  Lowell,  jr.,  pres. 

596  B'way,  h.  N.  J. 

1868-1872 

Mason,  Lowell,  pres. 

25  Union  sq.,  h.  N.  J. 

1873-1875 

Mason  &  Law,  booksellers 

216  Pearl 

1850 

23  Park  row 

1851-1852 

Mason  Brothers,  booksellers 

23  Park  row 

1853-1854 

Mason  Brothers,  publishers 

23  Park  row 

1855 

110  Duane 

1856 

Mason  Brothers,  books 

108  Duane 

1857-1858 

46  Walker,  after  September 

5  Mercer 

1859 

Mason  Brothers,  publishers 

5  Mercer 

1860-1861 

Mason  Brothers,  books 

5  Mercer 

1862-1863 

7  Mercer 

1864 

596  B'way  &  128  Crosby 

1865 

596  B'way 

1866-1867 

596  B'way  &  128  Crosby 

1868-1869 

128  Crosby 

1870 

Mayell,  John.  See  Part  III. 

Meetz,  Raymond.  See  Part  I. 

Mesier,  Edward  S.,  stationer 

51  William,  h.  153  Wooster 

1833-1835 

Mesier  &  Rich,  stationers 

51  William 

1835 

Mesier,  Edward  S.,  stationer 

57  William 

1836 

57  William,  h.  134  Bleecker 

1837-1838 

51  William,  h.  134  Bleecker 

1839 

Mesier,  Edward  S.,  stationer    not  in  1840-1844  1 

Mesier,  Edward 

134  Bleecker 

1845 

Mesier,  Edward  S. 

134  Bleecker 

1846-1847 

Mesier,  Edward  S. 

not  in  1848 

830  Broadway 

1849 

Mesier,  Edmund  S. 

838  Broadway 

1850 

Mesier,  Edmund  S. 

not  in  1851 

Mesier,  Edward  S. 

749  Broadway 

1852-1853 

h.  749  Broadway 

1854 

Mesier,  Peter  A.,  book-binder 

and-  sta- 

tioner 

106  Pearl 

1794-1795 

1  Probably  connected  with  P.  A.  Mesier,  28  Wall. 


Mesier,  Peter  A.,  book-seller,  binder  and 
stationer 
107  Pearl,  corner  of  Old  slip  1796 

Mesier,  Peter  A.,  book-binder  and  sta- 
tioner 
107  Pearl  1797-1804 

Mesier,  Peter  A.,  book-seller  and  sta- 
tioner 
107  Pearl  1805 

Mesier,  Peter  A.,  bookseller 
107  Pearl,  h.  27  Beaver  1806-1807 

107  Pearl,  h.  47  Stone  1808-1814 

108  Pearl,  h.  47  Stone  1815 
28  Wall,  h.  47  Stone                        1816-1834 

Mesier,  Peter  A.,  stationer  &  lithographer 
28  Wall,  h.  51  Dey  1835-1836 

Mesier,  Peter  A.,  stationer 
28  Wall,  h.  51  Dey  1837-1844 

49  Wall,  h.  51  Dey  1845-1847 

Mesier,  Peter  A.  &  Co.,  stationers 
49  Wall,  h.  305  Fourth  1848 

Mesier,  Catherine,  widow  of  Peter  A. 
321  Fourth  1849 

Miller,  John  W.,  printer,  publisher 
Centre  c.  White  &  321  Broadway,  h. 
213  W.  30th  1857 

Miller  &  Holman,  printers 

Centre  c.  White  1857 

Millet,  Charles  A.,  music 
395  B'way,  h.  240  W.  26th  1867 

395  B'way,  h.  66  Charles  1868 

Millet,  Frank  J.,  music 
395  Broadway  1867 

395  Broadway,  h.  66   Charles  1868 

263  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1869 

Millet,  Francis  J.,  music 
395  Broadway,  h.  47  Barrow  1870 

Millet,  Frank  J.,  music 
395  Broadway,  h.  47  Barrow  1871 

395  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1872 

398  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1873 

437^  Broadway  1874 

437^4  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1875 

Millet,  William  E.,  music  store 

137  Broadway,  h.  71  Franklin  1834 

385  Broadway,  h.  14  Harison  1835 

375  Broadway,  h.  12  Grand  1836 

375  Broadway,  h.  76  Orchard  1837 

375  Broadway,  h.  4  Walker  1838 

329  Broadway,  h.  4  Walker  1839-1840 

329  Broadway  1841-1842 

Millet,  William  E.,  music  store  &  pianos 
329  Broadway  1843-1845 

Millet,  William  E.,  music 
329  Broadway  1846-1849 

Millet,   William  E.,   musical  inst. 
329  Broadway,  h.  Orange,  N.  J.  1850 

Millet,  William  E.,  music 
329  Broadway,  h.  Orange,  N.  J.     1851-1853 


48 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Millet,  William  E.,  musical  inst. 
329  Broadway,  h.  329  Broadway  1854 

Millet,  William  E.,  music 
329  Broadway,  h.  Orange,  N.  J.  1855 

325  Broadway,  h.  Orange,  N.  J.  1856 

325  Broadway,  h.  526^  Broome  1857 

325  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1858 

329  Broadway  1859 

329  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1860 

395  Broadway  1861 

395  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1862 

395  Broadway,  h.  251  W.  28th        1863-1866 
395  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1867 

Millet  Brothers,  music 
395  Broadway  1867 

Millet,  W.  E.  Sons,  music 
395  Broadway  1868 

Millet,  Wm.  E.  &  Son,  music 
263  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1869 

Millet  &  Son,  music 
395  Broadway  1870 

Millet,  Wm.  E.  &  Son,  music 
395  Broadway,  h.  N.  J.  1871-1872 

395  Broadway  1873 

Millet  &  Co.,  music 
437J^  Broadway  1874-1875 

Montgomery,  Alex'r,  com.  mer. 
106  Broad,  h.  B'klyn  1851-1852 

Montgomery,  A.,  publisher  of  the  Illus- 
trated magazine  of  Art  25^ 
17  Spruce  1853 

Montgomery,  Alexander,  publisher 
20  N.  William,  h.  B'klyn  1854 

Murphy,  John  D.,  music 
h.  117  Greenwich  1875 


Neely,  Lorenzo,  bookseller 

221  Bleecker  1835 

Neely,  Lorenzo,  books 

221  Bleecker,  h.  233  Bleecker  1836-1837 

221  Bleecker,  h.  176  Prince  1838-1840 

221  Bleecker,  h.  226  Varick  1841-1842 

Neely,  Lorenzo,  stationer 

216  Bleecker,  h.  18  Cottage  pi.  1843-1844 
Neely,  Lorenzo,  stationer  not  in  1845-1846 
Neely,  Lorenzo,  lawyer 

Av.-9.  c.  23d  1847 

Newman,  Mark  H.,  books 

199  Broadway,  h.  31  Vandam  1842 

Newman,  Mark  H.,  publisher 

199  Broadway,  h.  31  Vandam  1843-1846 

Newman,  Mark  H.  &  Co.,  publishers 

199  Broadway,  h.  31  Vandam  1847 

199  Broadway,  h.  Washington  av.  c. 
Atlantic,  Brooklyn  1848-1849 

Newman,  Mark  H.,  publisher 

199  Broadway,  h.  Clinton  av.,  Brooklyn  1850 
Newman,  M.  H.  &  Co.,  publishers 

199  Broadway  1850 


Newman,  Mark  H.  &  Co.,  publishers 

199  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn  1851 

Newman,  Mark  H.,  publisher 

199  B'way,  h.  Brooklyn  1852 

Newman  &  Ivison,  publishers  (see  Ivison 
&  Phinnay,  publishers,  1854) 

178  Fulton  1853 

Novello,  Alfred,  music 

389  Broadway  1856-1857 

Novello,  Joseph  A.,  music 

389  Broadway  1853 

389  Broadway,  h.  England  1854 
389  Broadway,  h.  London,  England        1855 

Novello,  Joseph  A.,  imp. 

389  Broadway,  h.  London  1856 

389  Broadway  1857 

Novello,  Joseph  A.,  imp.  not  in  1858-1860 

Clinton  Hall  1861 

Oakley,  William  H.    See  Part  I. 

Oram,  James,  printer 

62  Broad  1790-1791 

12  Dutch  1792 

8  Gold  1793 

29  Gold  1794 

24  Liberty  1795 
office,  33   Liberty,   where  the   Prices 
current  and  Marine  list  is  published 

every  Monday  1796 

33  Liberty  1797-1799 

Oram,  James,  printer  and  stationer 

102  Water  1800-1803 

Oram,  James,  printer  and  stationer        not  in 

1804-1806 

Oram,  James,  bookseller 

114  Water  1807-1808 

Oram,  James,  bookseller         not  in  1809-1811 

Oram,  James,  printer  and  bookseller 

241  Pearl  1812 

70  John  1813 

102  Water  1814-1815 

Oram,  James,  printer 

102  Water,  h.  15  Broadway  1816 

68  William,  h.  15  Broadway  1817 

5  Burling   slip,   h.   69   Beekman  1818 

Oram  &  Mott,  printers 

5  Burling  slip  1818 

Oram,  James,  printer 

5  Burling  slip,  h.  112  Greenwich  1819 

5  Burling  slip,  h.  192  Broadway  1820 

5  Burling  slip,  h.  154  Broadway  1821-1822 

5  Burling  slip,  h.   117  Chamber  1823 

5  Burling  slip,  h.  133  Greenwich  1824 

133  Greenwich  1825-1826 

Paff,  John,  musical  store 

112  Broadway  1798 
Paff,  John  and  M.,  musical  store 

112  Broadway  1799 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


49 


Paff,  John  and  M.,  musical  store,  continued 
127  Broadway  1800-1803 

54  Maiden-lane  1804-1805 

Paff,  John  and  M.,  music  store 
54  Maiden-lane  &  2  City  Hotel  1806 

2  City-hotel,  h.  1  Cortlandt  1807 

2  City-hotel  1808 

149  Broadway  1809 

149  Broadway,  h.  69  Cortlandt  1810 

Paff,  John,  music  store 

149  Broadway  1811 

9  Park  1812 

7  Park,  h.  37  Chamber  1813-1814 

4  City-hotel,  h.  37  Chamber  1815-1816 

18  Wall  1817 

Paine  &  Burgess,  books 

62  John  1845 

Paine  &  Burgess,  publishers  and  book- 
sellers 
60  John  1846 

Peabody  &  Co.  C.  H.,  London  books: 
fine  engravings :  fancy  stationary ; 
music:  drawing  materials:  cutlery 
etc.  etc. 
adjoining  the  American  Hotel,  near 
Park  pi.,  233  Broadway,  opposite 
the  Park  *  1831 

Peabody  &  Co.  London  &  American  books 

—  fine  engravings  —  fancy  stationary 
drawing  materials  —  agents  for  for- 
eign &  American  periodicals,  etc. 

No.  219  Broadway,  2  doors  from  St. 
Paul's  church  1832 

Peabody  &  Co.  London  &  American  books 

—  fine  engravings  —  fancy  stationary 
drawing  materials  —  agents  for  for- 
eign &  American  periodicals ;  also 
publishers  of  the  Knickerbacker 
Magazine,  a  popular  monthly  work, 
price  five  dollars  per  year 

No.  219  Broadway,  2  doors  from  St. 
Paul's  church  1833 

Peabody,   Charles   H. 

359  Broadway  up  stairs  1834 

Pearson,  Sidney,  musician 

120  Prince    '  1841 

74  Carmine  1842 

Pearson,  Sidney,  music  teacher 

367  Fifth  1843-1844 

295  Fifth  1845-1846 

Pearson,  Sidney,  teacher 

295  Fifth  1847-1848 

78  Bleecker,  h.  295  Fifth  1849 

Pearson,  Sidney,  music  seller 

78  Bleecker,  h.  Williamsburgh  1850 

Pearson,  Sidney,  music 

78  Bleecker,  h.  Wmsbg.  1851 


1  The  advertisement  of  1832  does  not  mention  music. 


1852-1853 

1854-1858 
1859 
1860 

1861 

1862 

1863 
1864 

1865 

1830 
1831 
1832 


Pearson,  Sydney,  music 
78  Bleecker,  h.  233  Fifth 

Pearson,   Sidney,  music 
78  Bleecker,  h.  272  Elizabeth 
52  W.  12th,  h.  272  Elizabeth 
52  E.  12th,  h.  272  Elizabeth 

Pearson,  Sidney,  engraver 
h.  272  Elizabeth 

Pearson,  Sydney,  engraver 
534  B'way,  h.  160  E.  33d 

Pearson,  Sidney,  engraver 
h.  165  E.  21st 
538  B'way,  h.  165  E.  21st 

Pearson,  Sarah,  wid.  Sidney 
h.  165  E.  21st 

Pendleton,  John,  lithographer 
137  Broadway,  h.  27   Chat'm 
94  Broadway 
9  Wall 

Pendleton,  John  B.,  lithographer 
45  Maiden-1.,  h.  60  Liberty  1833 

137  Broadway,  h.  60  Liberty  1834 

137  Broadway  1835-1836 

137  Broadway,  h.  124  Hudson        1837-1838 

Pendleton,   John    B.,    publisher 
57,  h.  78  Gold  1839 

Pendleton  &  Hill,  bookstore 
94  Broadway  1831-1832 

Perkins,  Theodore.    See  Part  III. 

Perkins  &  Co.    See  Part  III. 

Peters,  J.  L.,  music 
198  B'way,  h.  N.  J.  1868 

198  B'way,  h.  152  Jersey  Av.  J.  C.  1869 

Peters,  John  L.,  music 
599  B'way,  h.  Hall  c.  Vanburen,  B'klyn   1870 
599  B'way,  h.  Glenwood  1871-1872 

599  B'way,  h.  139  E.  79th  1873-1874 

843  B'way,  h.  139  E.  79th  1875 

Pond,  Sylvanus  B. 

121  Hester  c.  Forsyth  1833 

Pond,  Sylvanus  B.,  musical  inst.  maker 

102  Henry  1834-1835 

36  Vandewater  1836 

Pond,  Sylvanus  B.,  mus.  insts. 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  425  Pearl  1837-1838 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  428  Pearl  1839 

1  Franklin  sq.  1840-1841 

Pond,  Sylvanus  B.,  mus.  insts.  not  in  1842 

Pond,  Sylvanus  B.,  music 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  Brooklyn  1843-1846 

1  Franklin  sq.  &  239  B'way,  h.  Brook- 
lyn 1847 
1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  Washington,  B'klyn     1848 
1  Franklin    sq.,    h.    90    Washington, 
B'klyn  1849 

Pond,  Henry  W.,  music 
1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  121  Greene         1854-1855 
547  Broadway,  h.  121  Greene  1856-1857 

Pond,  Henry  W.,  music  not  in  1858-1861 

547  Broadway  1862 


50 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Pond,  Henry  W.,  u.  s.  a. 
h.  22  E.  50th  1863 

Pond,  William  A.,  music 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  6  Walker  1847 

1  Franklin  sq.  1848 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  230  E.  B'way  1849 

Pond,  William  A.,  musical  insts. 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  223  E.  B'way  1850 

Pond,  William  E.,  music  dealer 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  223  E.  Broadway       1850 

Pond,  William  E.,  music 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  121  Greene  1851-1855 

547  Broadway,  h.  121  Greene  1856-1858 

547  Broadway  1859 

547  Broadway,  h.  36  Charlton  1860 

Pond,  William  E.,  pianos 
547  B'way,  h.  36  Charlton  1861 

Pond,  William  E.,  music 
547  B'way,  h.  36  Charlton  1862 

Pond,  William  A.  &  Co.,  music 
547  B'way,  h.  36  Charlton  1863-1864 

547  B'way  1865 

547  B'way,  h.  405  W.  21st  1866 

Pond,  William  A.  &  Co.,  pianos  &  music 
547  B'way,  h.  405  W.  21st  1867-1869 

547  &  896  B'way,  h.  405  W.  21st  1870 

547  B'way,  39  Union  sq.  &  92  Mercer, 
h.  405  W.  21st  1871-1872 

Pond,  William  A.  &  Co.,  pianos 
547  B'way,  39  Union  sq.,  h.  405  W.  21st  1873 

Pond,  William  A.  &  Co.,  pianos  &  music 
547  B'way,  39  Union  sq.  92  Mercer, 

h.  405  W.  21st  1874 

547  B'way,  39  Union  sq.  118  Mercer, 
h.   18  E.  48th  1875 

Pond,  William  A.,  Jr.,  music 
547  Broadway    '  1871 

Pond,  William  A.,  Jr.,  music  not  in  1872 

547  B'way    &   39    Union    sq.,    h.    405 

W.  31  1873 

547  B'way    &    39    Union    sq.,    h.    405 

W.  21st  1874 

547  B'way  &  39  Union  sq.,  h.   18  E. 
48th  1875 

Prescott,  Thomas,  music  engraver 
62  Provost  1832 

194  Hester  1833 

15  Renwick  1834-1835 

32  Burton  1836-1837 

Procter,  Francis  P.,  books 
508  B'way,  h.  132  Deane,  B'klyn  1859 

Procter,  Francis  P.,  books       not  in  1860-1861 

Procter,  Francis  P.,  merchant 

52  South,  h.  25  Tompkins  pi.,  B'klyn        1862 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books 

161  Broadway,    h.    44    Bleecker     1838-1839 
161  Broadway,  h.  88  Bleecker  1840 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books        not  in  1841-1842 


Putnam,  George  P.,  bookseller 

161  Broadway  1843 

161  B'way  &  39  John  1844-1845 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books 

161  Broadway  1846-1847 

Putnam,  George  P.,  of  late  firm  Wiley  & 
Putnam 

155  Broadway,  h.  Staten  Island  1848 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books 

155  Broadway,  h.  Staten  Island       1849-1851 

10  Park  pi.,  h.  Staten  Island  1852 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books  not  in  1853 

Putnam,  Geo.  P.,  publisher 

10  Park  pi.,  h.  Yonkers  1854 

Putnam,  Geo.  P.,  publisher  not  in  1855 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books 

321  Broadway,  h.  Yonkers  1856-1857 

Putnam,  Geo.  P.,  publisher 

506  B'way,  h.  Melrose  1858 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books 

115  Nassau,  h.  W.  Morrisania  1859 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books  not  in  1860 

532  B'way,  h.  107  E.  17th  1861-1862 

Putnam,  George  P.,  collector 

937  B'way,  &  books,  441  B'way,  h.  107 
E.  17th  1863 

Putnam,  George  P.,  publisher  and  book- 
seller 

441  B'way,  and  collector  of  the  United 
States  Internal  Revenue  for  the  8th 
District,  921  B'way,  h.  921  B'way       1864 
Putnam,  George  P.,  collector  U.  S.  in- 
ternal revenue 

923  B'way,  and  books,  401  B'way,  h. 
107  E.  17th  1865 

Putnam,  Geo.  P.,  collector  8th  dist. 

190  Fifth  av.  &  publisher,  459  Broome, 
h.  47  E.  23rd  1866 

Putnam,  Geo.  P.,  books 

661  B'way,  h.  47  E.  23d  1867 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books 

661  B'way,  h.  47  E.  23d  1868 

661  B'way,  h.  33  E.  28th  1869 

308  Fourth  av.,  h.  142  E.  18th  1870 

54  E.  23d,  h.  142  E.  18th  1871 

308  Fourth  av.,  h.  142  E.  18th  1872 

Putnam,  George  P.,  books  not  in  1873 

Putnam,  Victoria  H,  wid.  George  P.,  books 

308  Fourth,  h.  328  E.  15th  1873 

Putnam,  Geo.  P.  &  Co.,  publishers,  book- 
sellers and  importers,  office  of  Put- 
nam's monthly 

10  Park  pi.,  h.  92  E.  16th  1853 

Putnam,  G.  P.  &  Co.,  publishers 

10  Park  pi.  1854 

Putnam,  George  P.  &  Co.,  publishers 

10  Park  pi.  1855 

Putnam,  G.  P.  &  Co.,  publishers 

321  Broadway  1856-1857 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


51 


Putnam,  G.  P.  &  Son,  books 

661  Broadway 
Putnam,  G.  P.  &  Sons,  books 

54  E.  23d  &  308  Fourth  av. 

3089  Fourth  av. 
Putnam,  G.  P.  &  Sons,  publishers 

308  Fourth  av.  &  54  E.  23d 
Putnam,  G.  P.  Sons,  books 

308  Fourth  av.  &  54  E.  23d  1873-1875 


1867-1869 

1870 
1871 

1872 


Quidor,  George  W.,  engraver 

333  Broadway  1849 

Quidor,  George  W.,  engraver  not  in  1850-1852 
Qyidor,   George  W.,  engraver 

6  Spring,  h.  72  Sullivan  1853-1854 


Rickers,  John  J.    See  Part  III. 

Riley,  E.,  music  teacher 

13  Broad,  h.  Harison 

1806 

3  Cortlandt 

1807 

28  Dey 

1808 

31  Dey 

1809-1810 

Riley,  E.,  music  engraver  &  publisher 

17  Chatham  1811 

23  Chatham  1812-1818 

29  Chatham  1819-1820 

Riley,  E.,  music  publisher  &  instr.  maker 
29  Chatham  1821-1831 

Riley,    Elizabeth,   widow  of   Ed.   music 
store 
29  Chatham,  h.  64  Eldridge  1831 

29  Chatham,  h.  117  Wooster  1832-1833 

29  Chatham  1834 

Riley  &  Adams,  copperplate  printers 

17  Chatham  1811 

23  Chatham  1812-1814 

Riley  &  Adams,  copperplate  printers 

not  in  1815 

Riley  &  Adams 
23  Chatham  1816-1818 

29  Chatham  1819-1820 

Riley,  Albert,  prof,  music 

117  Wooster  1837-1838 

Riley,  Edward  C,  professor  of  music 
29  Chatham  1823-1828 

61  Chatham  1829-1830 

61  Chatham  &  264^  Bowery  1831-1832 

29  Chatham,  h.  264^  Bowery  1833 

29  Chatham,  h.  117  Wooster  1834-1840 

Riley  &  Co.  E.,  music  publishers 
29  Chatham  1836-1840 

Riley,  Edward  C.  &  Co.,  prof,  music 
29  Chatham,  h.  117  Wooster         .  1841-1842 

Riley,  Edward  C.  &  Co.,  prof,  music 

not  in  1843 

Riley,  Edward,  prof,  music 

134  Sullivan  1844 

3  East   15th  1845 


Riley,  Edward,  musician 

221  W.  21st  1846 

Riley,  Edward  C,  teacher  of  music 

3  E.  15th  1847 

42  E.  15th  -  1848 

Riley,  Edward  C,  prof,  of  music 

42  E.  15th  1849-1852 

Riley,  Edward,  prof,  of  music 

87  E.  30th  1853 

Riley,  Edward  C,  prof,  of  music 

h.  87  E.  30th  1854 

Riley,  Edward  C,  music 

87  E.  30th  1855-1856 

Riley,   Edward  C,  teacher 

87  E.  30th  1857 

Riley,  Edward  C,  prof. 

h.  99  E.  30th  1858-1859 

Riley,  Edward  C,  music 

h.  149  E.  30th  1860 

Riley,  Edward  C,  music  not  in  1861 

Riley,  Edward  C,  prof. 

h.  149  E.  30th  1862-1863 

Riley,  Edward  C. 

h.  149  E.  30th  1864-1866 

Riley,  Edward  C,  music 

h.  149  E.  30th  1867 

Riley,  Edward  C,  prof. 

h.  149  E.  30th  1868 

Riley,  Edward,  music 

h.  149  E.  30th  1869 

Riley,  Edward  C. 

h.  149  E.  30th  1870-1871 

Riley,  Frederick,  music 

29  Chatham  1843 

297y2  Broadway1  1844-1849 

297^  Broadway,  h.  83  Chatham  1850 

Riley,  Frederick,  instruments 

52  Ann  1851 

Riley,   F.  &  Co.,  music  publishers  and 
musical   instrument   manufacturers 

297  Broadway  1845-1847 

Riley,  F.  &  Co.,  music 

297^2  Broadway  1848-1849 

Riley,  F.  &  Co.,  music  store 

297y2  Broadway  1850 

Riley,  Henry.  See  Part  III. 
Robb  &  Mundy.    See  Part  III. 
Robertson,  George,  printer  and  bookseller 

139  William  1795 

Robertson,  George,  printers 

21  Rose  1796 

Robertson  &  Cassidy,  printers 

21  Rose  1796 

Robinson,  Henry  R.,  broker 

52  Cortlandt  1832 


1  '-Sacred  Melody",  Meetz,  cop.  1844  by  F.  Riley,  297 
Broadway. 


52 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Robinson,  Henry  R.,  carver  &  gilder 
52  Cortlandt  1833 

Robinson,  Henry  R.,  carver  &  gilder 

not  in  1834-1835 

Robinson,  Henry  R.,  caricaturist 
48,  h.  52  Cortlandt  1836 

52  Cortlandt  1837-1838 

52  Cortlandt  &  2  Wall  1839-1840 

52  Cortlandt  1841-1842 

Robinson,  Henry  R.,  lithog. 

142  Nassau,  h.  191  William  1843-1844 

Robinson,  Henry  R.,  lithogr. 

142  Nassau,  h.  370  Pearl  1845 

142  Nassau,  h.  23  Barclay  1846-1847 

Robinson,  Henry  R.,  lithographer,  print 
and  caricature  publisher 
142  Nassau   &   31    Park   row,    h.    23 
Barclay  1848 

Robinson,  Henry  R.,  lithographer 
31  Park  row,  bds.  Lovejoy's  hotel  1849 

11  Theatre  alley  1850 

Rogers  &  Berry,  booksellers  &  stationers 
128  Pearl  1795 

Rogers  &  Berry,  booksellers,  stationers 
etc. 
128  Pearl  1796 

Rogers  &  Berry,  booksellers  and  stationers 
128  Pearl  1797 

Roshore,  John,  printer 
20  Cortlandt,  h.  212  Fulton  1849 

83  Duane,  h.  75  Duane  1850 

Roshou,  John,  music  eng. 
83  Duane,  h.  554  Pearl  1851 

83  Duane,  h.  15  Leonard  1852 

83  Duane,  h.  126  E.  28th  1853 

Roshore,  John  T.,  engraver  (music,  Clas. 
Dir.  1854) 
83  Duane,  h.  126  E.  28th  1854 

Roshore,  John,  engraver 
83  Duane,  h.  226  Hudson  1855 

83  Duane,  h.  59  Hudson  1856 

83  Duane,  h.  12  Harrison  1857 

83  Duane,  h.  146  E.  28th  1858 

701  B'way,  h.  144  E.  28th  1859 

Roshore,  John  T.,  printer 
701  B'way,  h.  144  E.  28th  1860-1862 

538.  B'way,  h.  159  E.  27th  1863-1865 

205  Mercer,  h.  185  E.  20th  1866 

205  Mercer  1867 

Roshore,  John  T.,  music 
2  Leroy  pi.,  h.  312  E.  33d  1868 


Sage  &  Clough,  printers 

149  Pearl  1803-1805 

Sage  &  Thompson's  bookstore 

149  Pearl  1804-1805 

Sage  &  Thompson,  booksellers 

149  Pearl  1806 


not  in  1807 


1807 

1808 

1809-1811 

1812 

1813-1814 

not  in  1815 

1816-1817 

1818-1819 
1820 

1821 


Sage  &  Thompson,  booksellers 

Sage,  Harris,  printer 
61  Pearl 

Sage,  Harris,  broker 
61  Pearl 

33  William,  h.  61  Pearl 
6  New 
Grand  c.  Rhynders 

Sage,  Harris,  broker 

Sage,  Harris,  army  contractor 
29  Grand 

Sage,  Harris 
29  Grand 
Mercer  n.    Spring 

Sage,  Harris,  printer 
Mercer  n.  Spring 

Sage,  Harris,  bookseller 
208  Broadway,  h.  Mercer  n.  Spring  1822 

214  Broadway,  h.  Mercer  n.  Spring      1823  1 

Sage,  Harris,  teacher  of  singing 
60  Mercer  1824 

Sage,  Harris,  printer 
83  Mercer  1825 

107  Laurens  1826 

147  Laurens  1827-1829 

St.  Martin,  A.,  flower  manufacturer 
359  Broadway  1831 

St.  Martin,  E.  C,  music,  etc.,  store 
359  Broadway  1832-1833 

Sarony,  Napoleon,  lithographer 
99  Nassau  &  117  Fulton  1846 

117  Fulton  1847 

Sarony.  Napoleon,  lithog'er 
117  Fulton,   h.    553    G'wich  1848 

117  Fulton,   h.    Williamsb'g  1849 

Sarony,  Napoleon,  lithographer 

117  Fulton,  h.  Williamsburgh  1850 

Sarony,    Napoleon,    lithog'r 
117  Fulton,  h.  Wmsburg  1851 

117  Fulton,  h.  Yonkers  1852-1854 

Sarony,   Napoleon,  lith. 
117  Fulton,  h.  Yonkers  1855 

Sarony,  Napoleon,  lithographer 
117  Fulton,  h.  Yonkers  1856 

449  Broadway,  h.  Yonkers  1857-1858 

449  B'way,  h.  Yonkers  1859 

449  B'way  1860-1863 

Sarony,  Napoleon,  lithographer 

not  in  1864-1866 

Sarony,  Napoleon,  phot,  matls. 
543  B'way  1867 

Sarony,  Napoleon,  photographs 
630  B'way,  h.  8  Clinton  pi.  1868 

680  B'way,  h.  St.  Germain  h.  1869 

680  B'way,  h.  W.  40th  c.  Sixth  av.       1870 
680  B'way  1871 


1  Also  advertisement  of  music  store  at  208  Broadway, 
on  front  page  of  directory  of  1823. 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


53 


Sarony,  Napoleon,  photographer 
680  B'way,  h.  3  E.  17th  1872 

Sarony,   Napoleon,  photographs 
680  B'way,  h.  St.  Julian  h.  1873 

Sarony,  Napoleon,  artist 
680  B'way,  h.  St.  Julien  h.  1874 

Sarony,  Napoleon,  photographs 
680  B'way,  h.  St.  Julien  h.  1875 

Sarony,  Otto,  artist 
680  B'way,  h.  54  W.  10th  1872 

680  B'way,  h.  Yonkers  1873 

Sarony,  Otto,  photographs 
680  B'way,  h.  Yonkers  1874-1875 

Saronv  &  Major,  lithog'prs 
99  Nassau  &  117  Fulton  1846 

Sarony  &  Major,  lithographers 

117  Fulton  1847-1851 

Sarony  &  Major,  practical  lithographers, 
in  every  branch  of  the  profession 
117  Fulton  1852 

Sarony  &  Co.,  lithographers 
117  Fulton  1853-1854 

Saronv  &  Co.,  practical  lithographers 
117  Fulton  1855 

Sarony  &  Co.,  lithographers 
117  Fulton  1856 

Sarony,  Major  &  Knapp,  lithographers 
449  B'dway  1857-1858 

449  B'way  1859 

449  B'way  &  26  Mercer  1860-1863 

Sarony,  Major  &  Knapp,  lithographers 

not  in  1864-1867 

Sarony  &  Co.,  photographs 
630  B'way  1868 

680  B'way  1869-1870 

Scharfenberg,  William,  music 1 
361  Broadway  1845-1846 

483  Broadway  1847-1848 

483  Broadway,  h.  95  Spring  1849-1851 

483  Broadway,  h.  77  Ninth  1852 

Scharfenberg,  William,  music  not  in  1853 

722  Broadway,  h.  53  W.  36th  1854 

769  Broadway,  h.  53  W.  36th  1855-1860 

769  B'way,  h.  63  W.  36th  1861-1862 

758  B'way,  h.  63  W.  36th  1863 

758  B'way,  h.  59  W.  36th  1864-1865 

758  B'way,  h.  Morrisania  1866 

Scharfenberg  &  Luis,  music 
361  Broadway  1845-1846 

483  Broadway  1847 

Scharfenberg  &  Luis,  importers  of  music 
483  Broadway  1848-1849 

Scharfenberg  &  Louis,  music 
483  Broadway  1850 

Scharfenberg  &  Luis,  importers  of  music 
483  Broadway  1851 


1  "New  Year's  Gift,"   cop.    1844,  by   Scharfenberg  & 
Luis,  361  Broadway. 


Scharfenberg  &  Luis,  music 
483  Broadway  1852 

722  Broadway  1853-1854 

769  Broadway  1855 

Scharfenberg  &  Luis 
769  Broadway  1856 

Scharfenberg  &  Luis,  music 
769  Broadway  1857-1862 

758  Broadway  1863-1866 

Schirmer,  Gustavus,  clerk 
h.  224  Thompson  1856 

Schirmer,  G.,  music 
701  Broadway,  h.   126  First  Ave.  1857 

Schirmer,  Gustavus,  clerk 
701  Broadway,  h.   126  First  Ave.  1858 

Schirmer,  Gustave,  music  (see  Beer  & 
Schirmer) 
701  Broadway,  h.  87  Amity  1859-1861 

701  Broadway,  h.  106  Amity  1862-1863 

701  Broadway,  h.  Tremont  1864 

701  Broadway,  h.  79  W.  12th  1865 

Schirmer,   Gustav,   music 
701  Broadway,  h.  79  W.  12th  1866 

Schirmer,  Gustavus,  music 
701  Broadway,  h.  79  W.  12th  1867-1868 

Schirmer,  Gustav,  music 
701  Broadway,  h.  79  W.  12th  1869 

Schirmer,  G.,  imp.  and  publisher  of  music, 
Circulating   Music   Library 
701  B'way,  h.  79  W.  12th    '  1870-1875 

Schuberth,  Julius,  music 
539  B'way,  h.  87  E.  26th  1854 

Schuberth,  Julius,  music  not  in  1855-1856 

98  Spring  1857 

98  Spring,  h.  Europe  1858-1860 

98  Spring  1861 

98  Spring,  h.  Europe  1862-1863 

98  Spring  1864 

820  Broadway  1865-1866 

820  Broadway,  h.  Fairmount  1867-1869 

820  B'way  1870-1871 

Schuberth,  J.  &  Co.,  music 
257  Broadway  1851-1853 

Schuberth  &  Co.,  music 
539  Broadway  1854 

Schuberth,  Julius  &  Co.,  music 
539  Broadway,  h.  88  W.  29th  1855 

539  Broadway  1856 

Schuberth,  J.  &  Co.,  music 
98  Spring  1857-1864 

Schuberth,  J.  &  Co.,  old  publishing  house 
(founded  40  years  ago  in  Hamburg 
&  Leipzig)  music,  pianos,  etc. 
820  Broadway  1865 

Schuberth,  J.  &  Co.,  same  ad.  as  above, 
"musical  instruments"  substituted  for 
"music" 
820  Broadway  1866 


54 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Schuberth,  J.  &  Co.,  music 

820  Broadway 

1867- 

-1871 

Schuberth,  Julius  &  Co. 

820  B'way,  h.  B'klyn 

1872 

Schuberth,  Edw.,  music 

98  Spring,  h.  156  Spring 

1858 

98  Spring 

1859 

Schuberth,  Edward,  music 

98  Spring,  h.  Hoboken 

1860 

98  Spring,  h.  57  Allen 

1861- 

-1862 

98  Spring,  h.  105  Sullivan 

1863- 

-1864 

820  Broadway,  h.  105  Sullivan 

1865 

820  Broadway,  h.  E.  52d.  n.  First  av.      1866 

820  Broadway,  h.  420  E.  52d.  1867 

820  Broadway,  h.  402  E.  51st  1868-1870 

Schuberth,  Edward,  music         not  in  1871-1872 

23  Union  sq.,  h.  402  E.  51st  1873-1875 

Schuberth,  Edward  &  Co.,  music 

20  Union  sq.,  h.  401  E.  57th  1872 

23  Union  sq.  1873 

Schuberth,  Edward  &  Co.,  importers  & 
publishers  of  music 

23  Union  sq.  1874-1875 

Schwachhofer,  Edward.    See  Part  III. 

Slater,  Moses.    See  Part  III. 

Smillie,  George  H.,  artist 

212  Fifth  av.,  h.  20  W.  41st  1864-1866 

212  Fifth  av.,  h.  120  W.  41st  1867-1871 

h.  120  W.  41st  1872 

Smillie,  James,  engraver 

43  Bedford  1840. 

69  Merch.  Exch.,  h.  43  Bedford  1841 

48  Merchants  Exchange  1842 

Smillie,  James,  engraver  not  in  1843 

Twelfth  n.  Av.  7  1844 

Smillie,  Jas.,  engraver 

N.  Y.  Univ.,  h.  Twelfth  Av.  7  1845 

Smillie,  James,  engraver 

N.  Y.  Univ.,  h.  31  W.  Twelfth  1846 

N.  Y.  Univ.,  h.  35  Twelfth  1847-1848 

h.  35  Twelfth  1849 

Smillie,  James,  engraving 

h.  35  Twelfth  1850 

Smillie,  James,  engraver 

27  Wall,  h.  35  Twelfth  1851 

27  Wall,  h.  35  W.  12th  1852 

111  Broadway,  h.  35  W.  12th  1853 

111  Broadway,  h.  29  Twelfth  1854-1858 

111  B'way,    h.   20   W.    41st  1859 

Smillie,  James,  engraver  not  in  1860 

1  Wall,  h.  20  W.  41st  1861-1864 

Smillie,  James,  engraver            not  in  1865-1867 

h.  120  W.  41st  1868-1869 

Smillie,  James,  engraver            not  in  1870-1871 

142  B'way,  h.  120  W.  41st  1872 

742  B'way,  h.  120  W.  41st  1873 

146  B'way,  h.  120  W.  41st  1874 

146  B'way  1875 


Smillie,  James  D.,  engraver 
70  Mers.  ex.,  h.  20  W.  41st  1860 

Smillie,  James  D.,  artist 
212  Fifth  av.,  h.  20  W.  41st  1864-1866 

212  Fifth  av.,  h.  120  W.  41st  1867-1871 

Smillie,  Jas.  D.,  artist 
212  Fifth  av.,  h.  120  W.  41st  1872 

Smillie,  James  D.,  artist 
212  Fifth  av.,  h.  120  W.  41st  1873-1874 

212  Fifth  av.,  h.  Pa.  1875 

Snyder,  George,  lithographer 

112  John,  h.  162  Forsyth  1845-1847 

Snyder,  George,  litho'pher 
138  William,  h.  162  Forsyth  1848-1849 

Snyder,  George,  lithographer 
138  William  &  87  Fulton,  h.  303  Fifth    1850 

Snyder,  George,  lithographer  not  in  1851 

87  Fulton,  h.  263  Houstoun  1852 

87  Fulton,  h.  37  Clinton  1853 

87  Fulton,  h.  83  E.  Broadway        1854-1855 
92  William,  h.  98  Henry  1856-1857 

92  William,  h.  260   Henry  1858 

92  William,  h.  220  Henry  1859-1868 

92  William,    h.    185    Clermont    av., 

B'klyn  1869-1870 

92  William,  h.  227  Clermont  av., 

B'klyn  1871-1873 

92  William,  h.  B'klyn  1874 

92  William,  h.  227  Clermont  av., 

B'klyn  1875 

Snyder  &  Black,  lithographers 

138  William  &  87  Fulton  1850 
Snyder  &  Black,  lithographers           not  in  1851 

87  Fulton  1852-1853 

Snyder,  Black  &  Sturn,  lithographers 

87  Fulton  1854-1855 

92  William  1856-1871 

Snyder,  Black  &  Sturn,  lithographers 

not  in  1872 
Snyder  &  Black,  lithographers 

92  William  1872-1875 

Stanford,  Thomas  N.,  mer. 

127  Broadway,  h.  16  Harrison  1830 

Stanford,  Thomas  N.,  bookstore 

152  Broadway,  h.  16  Harrison        1831-1832 

152  Broadway,  h..  13  Lispenard        1833-1835 
Stanford,  Thomas  N.,  books 

152  Broadway,  h.  13  Lispenard      1836-1844 

139  B'way,  h.  13  Lispenard  1845-1848 
137  B'way,  h.  13  Lispenard  1849 

Stanford,  Thomas  N.,  publisher 

137  B'way,  h.  13  Lispenard  1850 

Stanford,  Thomas  N.,  books 
137  B'way,  h.  13  Lispenard  1851-1852 

139  B'way,  h.  13  Lispenard  1853 

637  B'way,  h.  13  Lispenard  1854-1856 

Stanford,   Thomas   N.,  bookseller,  pub- 
lisher and  importer 
637  Broadway,  h.   Perth  Amboy  1857 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


55 


Stanford,  Thomas  N.,  books 

508  B'way,  h.  Perth  Amboy  1858 

Stanford  &  Delissier,  books 

508  B'way  1858 

Stanford    &    Swords,    booksellers    (see 
Swords,  Stanford  &  Co.) 

139  Broadway  1844-1848 

137  Broadway  1849 

Stanford  &  Swords,  publishers 

137  Broadway  1850 

Stanford  &  Swords,  booksellers 

137  Broadway  1851-1853 

Stanford  &  Swords,  books 

637  Broadway  1854 

Stanford  &   Swords,  booksellers 

637  B'way  1855 

Stodart,  William 

306  Pearl,  h.  61   Broadway  1819 

Stodart,  William  not  in  1820-1823 

Stodart,  William,  music  store 

126  Broadway,  h.  17  Lispenard        1824-1825 

126  Broadway,  h.  166  Greene  1826 

149  Broadway,  h.  22  Greene  1827 
167  Broadway,  h.  22  Greene  1828-1829 
167  Broadway,  h.  15  Crosby             1830-1834 

Sturn,   Hermann,  lithographer 

87  Fulton,  h.  250  Clinton,  B'klyn  1854 

87  Fulton,  h.  58  Henry  1855 

92  William,  h.  58  Henry  1856 

Sturm,  Hermann,  lithographer 

92  William,  h.  260  Henry  1857 

Sturn,  Hermann,  lithographer 

92  William,  h.  243  Henry  1858-1861 

Sturn,  Herman,  lithographs 

92  William,  h.  243  Henry  1862 

Sturn,  Hermann,  lithographer 

90  William,  h.  243  Henry  1863 

Sturn,  Herman,  lithographer 

92  William,  h.  243  Henry  1864-1866 

92  William,  h.  81  E.  60th  1867-1869 

Sturn,  Hermann,  lithographer 

92  William,  h.  135  E.  60th  1870 

Sturn,  Herman,  lithographer 

92  William,  h.  135  E.  60th  1871 

Sturn,  Herman,  lithographer  not  in  1872 

Sturn,  Anne,  wid.  Herman 

h.  46  St.  Mark's  pi.  1873 

Swett,   Moses,   lithographer    (see  Endi- 
cott  &  Swett) 

111  Nassau  1832 

Swett,  Moses,  lithographer  not  in  1833 

359  Broadway  upstairs  1834 

150  Nassau  c.  Spruce  1835 
359  Broadway                                              1836 

Swindells,  James  H,  prof,  of  music 

66  Dominick  1817 

Swindells,  James  H,  prof,  of  music 

not  in  1818-1823 


Swindells,  James  H.,  music  store 
65  Bowery  1824 

328  Broadway,   h.    109   Spring  1825 

109  Spring  1826 
Swords,  Charles  R. 

87  Leonard  1846-1847 

95  Cedar  bds.  Carlton  house  1848-1849 

Swords,  Edward  J.,  stationer 

152  Broadway,  h.  57  Barrow  1835 

152  Broadway,  h.  Bloomingdale  1836 

Swords,  Edward  J.,  stationer  not  in  1837 

Swords,  Edward  J.,  books 
152  Broadway,  h.  14th  n.  Av.  7th  1838 

152  Broadway,  h.  129  Fourteenth  1839 

152  Broadway  1840 

Swords,  Edward  J.,  books      not  in  1841-1842 
139  B'way,  h.  Bloomingdale  1843 

Swords,  Edward  J. 
139  B'way,  h.  Bloomingdale  1844 

h.  Bloomingdale  1845-1846 

Swords,  Edward  J.,  printer 
106  Fulton,  h.  165  W.  18th  1847 

106  Fulton,  h.  E.  S7th  1848 

Swords,  James,  printer 
44  Crown  1789 

Swords,  Thomas  and  James,  printers 
43  Crown  1790 

27  William  1791-1793 

Swords,    Thomas    and   James,    printers, 
booksellers  and  stationers 
167  William  1794 

Swords,  Thomas  and  James,  printers  and 
booksellers 
99  Pearl  1795 

Swords,    Thomas   and   James,   printers, 
booksellers  and  publishers  of  the  N. 
York  literary  repository 
99  Pearl,  near  Old  slip  1796 

Swords,  Thomas  and  James,  printers  and 
booksellers 
99  Pearl  1797-1798 

Swords,  T.  &  J.,  printers  and  booksellers 
99  Pearl  1799-1801 

99  &  160  Pearl  1802 

160  Pearl  1803-1820 

99  Pearl  1821-1826 

99  Pearl  &  127  Broadway  1827 

Swords,  T.  &  J.,  printers  &  booksellers 
127  Broadway  c.  Cedar  1828-1831 

Swords,   Tames 
87  Leonard  1827 

Swords,  James,  bookseller 

127  Broadway,  h.  87  Leonard  1828-1831 

Swords,  James 

110  William,  h.  87  Leonard  1832-1835 
8  Wall,  h.  87  Leonard  -  1836-1838 
87  Leonard                                          1839-1846 

Swords,  James  R.,  books 

139  Broadway,  h.  85  Leonard  1844-1848 
137  Broadway,  h.  236  Av.  4  1849 


56 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Swords,  James  R.,  publisher 

137  Broadway,  h.  236  Av.  4 

1850 

Swords,  James  R.,  books 

137  Broadway,  12  Ninth 

1851-1853 

637  B'way,  h.  236  Fourth  av. 

1854 

637  B'way,  h.  14  Ninth 

1855 

Swords,  Thomas 

85  Leonard 

1827 

Swords,  Thomas,  bookseller 

127  Broadway,  h.  85  Leonard 

1828-1831 

152  Broadway,  h.  85  Leonard 

1832-1835 

Swords,  Thomas,  books 

152  Broadway,  h.  85  Leonard 

1836-1842 

139  Broadway,  h.  85  Leonard 

1843 

Swords,  Mary,  widow  of  Thomas 

85  Leonard 

1844 

Swords,  Stanford  &  Co.,  booksellers  (see 

Stanford  &  Swords) 

152  Broadway 

1832-1842 

Swords,  Stanford  &  Co.,  books 

139  Broadway 

1843 

Tanner,  Henry  S.,  map  publisher 

« 

112  Broadway,  h.  170  Thompson 

1843 

153  Broadway 

1844 

237  Broadway,  bds.  Lexington  av. 

n.  25th 

1845 

Tanner,  Henry  S.,  maps 

237  Broadway,  h.  33  Cottage  pi. 

1846 

237  Broadway,  h.  671  Houston 

1847 

5  Barclay,  h.  Jersey  City 

1848 

233  Broadway,  h.  211  Washington, 

Brooklyn 

1849 

20  Broadway,  h.  168  Washingtor 

i, 

Brooklyn 

1850 

107  Fulton,  h.  Brooklyn 

1851 

247  B'way,  h.  Brooklyn 

1852 

556  B'way,  h.  Brooklyn 

1853 

Tanner,  Henry  S.,  daguerreotypes 

347  Br'dway,  h.  Bedford,   L.  I. 

1854 

Tanner  &  Co.1 

237  Broadway 

1849 

Tanner,  Henry  jr.,  music 

237  Broadway 

1847 

5  Barclay,  h.  147  Fulton 

1848 

Tanner,  John  F.,  map  mounter 

247  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn 

1852 

556  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn 

1853 

208  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn 

1854 

Tanner,  Thomas  R.,  maps 

124  Broadway,  h.  7  Albany 

1840 

Tanner  &  Disturnell,  maps  &  stationery 

124  Broadway 

1840 

Tanner,  Thomas  R.,  maps 

124  Broadway 

1841 

251  Broadway 

1842 

Tanner,  Thomas  R.,  maps,  continued 

112  Broadway 

153  Broadway 
Tanner,  Thomas  R. 

Lexington  Av.  n.  25th 
Tanner,  Thomas  R. 
Tanner,  Thomas  R.,  maps 

99  Thompson 
Teller,  Robert,  lithographer 


1843 
1844 

1845 
not  in  1846 

1847 


h.  13  Stanton 

1867 

h.  23  Clarke 

1868 

147  Spring 

1869 

Teller,  Robert, 

lithographer  &  printer 

h.  107  Prince 

1870-1871 

Teller,  Robert,  ; 

printer 

107  Prince 

1872-1873 

120  Wooster, 

h.  106  Wooster 

1874 

Teller,  Robert, 

lithographer 

62  Church,  h 

.  106  Wooster 

1875 

Territ,  Charles, 

music  shop 

320  Pearl 

1801-1802 

Territ,  Charles, 

music  shop 

not  in  1803 

Terret,  widow  Sarah,  musical  store 


1804-1805 


1  This   information    from   a   sheet   of   music. 


320  Pearl 
Teubner,  George  W.,  engraver 

410  Pearl 
Teubner,  George  W.,  engraver 

410  Pearl 

385  Broadway 

385  Broadway,  h.  226  Madison 

385  Broadway 

266  Eastbroadway 

96  Fulton 

96  Fulton,  h.  234  William 

96  Fulton 

96  Fulton,  h.  Williamsburg 
Thomas,  Henry,  music-st. 

145  Broadway,  h.  21  Walker 
Thurston,  Nathaniel 

Chatham  c.  Duane 

299^  Bd.  way,  h.  Elm  n.  Duane 
Thurston,  Nathaniel,  music  store 

48  Chatham,  h.  Duane  c.  William 

307^2  Broadway 

482  Greenwich 
Thurston,  Nathaniel 

4  Chambers  1826 

145  Chapel  1827-1829 

484  Broome  1830 

Thurston,  Nathaniel,  clerk,  u.  s.  c.  h. 

484  Broome  1831 

Tiebout  &  O'Brien,  printers 

358  Pearl  1794 

Tiebout  &  O'Brian,  printers 

358  Pearl  1795-1796 

Tiebout,  John,  printer  and  bookseller 

358  Pearl  1796-1799 

246  Water  1800-1801 


1832 

not  in  1833 

1834 

1835-1836 

1837 

1838 

1839 

1840 

1841 

1842 

1843-1845 

1831-1832 


1821 
1822 

1823 
1824 
1825 


PUBLISHERS,  PRINTERS,  LITHOGRAPHERS,  AND  DEALERS 


57 


Tiebout,    John,   printer,    bookseller    and 
lottery  office 

246  Water  1802-1803 

Tiebout,  John,  printer,  bookstore  and  lot- 
tery office 

238  Water  1804 

Tiebout,  J.,  printer,  bookstore  and  lot. 
office 

238  Water  1805 

Tiebout,  J.,  printer,  bookstore  and  lot- 
tery office 

238  Water  1806-1810 

Tiebout,  J.,  printer,  bookstore 

238  Water  1811 

Tiebout,  J.,  printer,  book  and  paper  store 

238  Water  1812-1816 

Tiebout  and  Sons  J.,  printers,  book  and 
paper  store 

238  Water  1817-1820 

Tiebout  and  Son,  J.,  printers  and  paper 
store 

238  Water  1821-1824 

Tiebout,  John,  printer  and  paper  store 

238  Water 
Tiebout,  widow  of  John 

238  Water 
Tiebout,  Margaret,  wid.  of  John 

238  Water 
Tone,  Robert  W.,  music  engraver 

20  Cortlandt 

16  Cortlandt 

20  Cortlandt 
Tone,  Robert  W.,  engraver 

20  Cortlandt 
Torp,  Otto.    See  Part  I. 
Torp,  &  Viereck,  music  store 

465  Broadway 
Tremaine,  Charles  M.,  music 

333  B'way,  h.  26  Strong  pi.,  B'klyn  1859 

333  B'way  1860 

481  B'way,  h.  244  Eighth  av.  1861 

Tremaine,  Charles  M.,  music  not  in  1862-1866 

481  B'way,  h.  37  Cheever  pi.,  B'klyn      1867 

481  B'way  1868 

Tremaine,  Charles  M.,  pianos 

435  Broome,  h.  381  Henry,  B'klyn   1869-1870 

435  Broome,  h.  541  Henry,  B'klyn         1871 

435  Broome,  h.  161  Joralemon,  B'klyn  1872 
Tremaine,  Charles  M.,  pianos  not  in  1873-1874 
Tremaine,  Charles  M.,  organs 

14  E.  14th,  h.  399  Grand  av.,  B'klyn  1875 
Tremaine,  William  B.,  pianos 

435  Broome,  h.  381  Henry,  B'klyn  1869 

435  Broome,  h.  2  Harrison,  B'klyn  1870 

435  Broome,  h.  2  Harrison  n.  Court, 

B'klyn  1871 

435  Broome,  h.  197  Baltic,  B'klyn  1872 

Tremaine,  C.  M.  &  Brother,  pianos 

435  Broome  1869-1870 


1825 

1826 

1827 

1838-1840 
1841-1843 
1844-1845 

1846-1849 


1834 


Tremaine,  C.  M.  &  Brother,  pianos  & 
organs 

435  Broome  1871 

Tremaine,  C.  M.  &  Brother,  pianos 

435  Broome  -  1872 


Vanderbeek,  Alfred.    See  Part  III. 
Vanderbeek,  William.    See  Part  III 
Vanderbeek  &  Son.    See  Part  III. 
Vangelder,  Abraham  A.,  books 

268  Bowery,  h.  16  Av.  3.  1845 

Vangelder,  Abraham  A.,  music  * 

268  Bowery,  h.  160  Rivington         1846-1847 
Van  Gelder,  Abraham  A.,  music 

268  Bowery,  h.  160  Rivington  1848 

Vangelder,  Abraham  A.,  late  music 

169  Essex  1849 

Vangelder,  Abraham  A.,  music 

123  Orchard  1850 

Vangelder,  Abraham  A.,  late  music 

133  Orchard  1851 

Vangelder,  Rachel,  wid.  of  Abraham 

133  Orchard  1852-1853 


Walker,  Daniel.    See  Part  III. 
Walker,  Daniel  &  John.    See  Part  III. 
Walker,  George,  music 

201  Broadway,  h.  178  Ave.  3  1845 

201  Broadway,  h.  62  E.  19th  1846 

201  Broadway,  h.  51  E.  19th  1847 

201  Broadway,  h.  Williamsburg  1848 

Walker,  George,  music  not  in  1849-1850 

136  Elm  1851-1853 

Walker,  George,  musician 

h.  136  Elm  1854 

Walker,  George,  music 

136  Elm  1855 

Wunderman,  A.,  books 

435  B'way,  h.  108  Second  1860 

h.  140  Allen  1861 

Wundermann,  August,  music 

19  W.  Houston,  h.  232  Ninth  1862 

Wundermann,  Augustus,  music 

19  W.  Houston  &  629  B'way,  h.  15 
Bond  1863 

Wundermann,  Augustus,  music  not  in  1864-1866 
Wundermann,     Augustus,    foreign    and 
American  books  &  music 

1  &  2  Clinton  Hall,  h.  Hoboken  1867 

Wundermann,  August,  books 

891  B'way  1868 

Wundermann,  Augustus,  music 

627  B'way,  h.  N.  J.  1869 


1  "The   Ravel   Polka,"  J.   Casper   Scherpf,  cop.   1847, 
Van  Gelder  &  Riley,  268  Bowery. 


58 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Wundermann,  August,  music 

651  B'way,  h.  242  E.  51st  1870 

Wundermann,  A.,  importer  &  publisher 
of  sheet  music,  books  &  musical  in- 
struments, and  jobber  of  jewelry  & 
fancy  goods 
761  B'way  1871 

Wundermann,  A.  not  in  1872-1874 

Wundermann,  August,  prof,  of  vocal  & 
piano  music 
h.  231  E.  58th  1875 

Wundermann,  Julius,  music 

19  W.  Houston  1862-1863 

Wundermann,  Julius,  music  not  in  1864 

824  B'way    '  1865 

921  B'way  1866 

Wundermann,  Philip  A.,  music 

618  B'way,  h.  232  Ninth  1861 

Wundermann,   Philip  A.,  importer  & 
publisher  of  music 
19  W.  Houston,  h.  232  Ninth  1862 


Wundermann,  Philip  A.,  continued 

629  B'way,  h.  N.  J. 
Wundermann,  Philip  Augustus,  music 

629  B'way  1864 

Wundermann,  Philip  A.,  importer  &  pianos 
wholesale 

824  B'way 
Wundermann,  Philip  A.,  music 

923  B'way 
Wundermann,  Philip  A.,  books 

1  Clinton  Hall 
Wundermann,  Philip  A.,  books 
Wundermann,  Philip  A.,  sec. 

627  B'way,  h.  N.  J. 
Wundermann,  Philip  A.,  sec.     not  in  1870-1874 
Wundermann,  Philip  A.,  importer  &  pub- 
lisher of  music 

h.  221  E.  58th  1875 

Wundermann  &  Co.,  music 

923  B'way  1866 


1863 


1865 
1866 

1867 

not  in  1868 

1869 


PART  III 

Instrument  Makers  and  Dealers 


Abbot,  John,  pianomaker 

Walker,  h.  170  Chambers  1835 

Abbott,  William,  piano-maker 

9  Amity-lane  1834 

Adams,  Nathan,  musical  instrumentmaker 

112  Chambers  1824 

Albro,  William,  carpenter 

76  Attorney  1834 

Albro,  William,  pianomaker 

172  Spring  1835 


Bacon,  Francis,  pianos 

135  Grand  1856 
135  Grand  &  149  Baxter,  h.  22  Union 

pi.  1857-1858 

135  Grand,  h.  22  Union  pi.  1859 

135  Grand,  h.  69  Union  pi.  1860 
135  Grand  &  147  Baxter,  h.  69  E.  12th     1861 

135  Grand,  h.  69  E.  12th  1862-1864 

135  Grand,  h.  N.  J.  1865-1866 

644  B'way,  h.  N.  J.  1867-1869 

149  Baxter,  h.  N.  J.  1870 

255  Greene,  h.  Bronxville  1871-1875 

Bacon,  George 

1  Mercer  1825-1826 

149  Broadway,  h.  1  Mercer  1827 

167  Broadway,  h.  1  Mercer  1828-1829 

167  Broadway,  h.  17  Crosby  1830-1833 

Bacon,  George,  music  store 

167  Broadway,  h.  17  Crosby  1834-1835 

Bacon,  George,  music 

167  Broadway,  h.  17  Crosby  1836-1837 

285  Broadway,  h.  17  Crosby  1838-1840 

164  Centre,  h.  17  Crosby  1841-1842 

Bacon,  George,  piano  manf. 

164  Centre,  h.  17  Crosby  1843-1847 

162  Centre,  h.  17  Crosby  1848-1849 

Bacon,  George,  pianos 

160  Centre,  h.  17  Crosby  1850 

Bacon,  George,  piano  manufacturer 

162  Centre,  h.  17  Crosby  1851-1852 

Bacon,  George,  pianofortes 

162  Centre,  h.  263  Av.  4  1853-1854 

Bacon,  George,  pianos 

135  Grand,  h.  263  Fourth  Av.  1855 

Bacon  &  Raven,  pianofortes 

164  Centre  1841-1842 

Bacon  &  Raven,  pianoforte  makers 

164  Centre  1843 

Bacon  &  Co.,  pianofortemakers 

164  Centre  1843 

Bacon  &  Raven,  pianofortes 

164  Centre  1844-1847 

162  Centre  1848-1849 


Bacon  &  Raven,  pianofortemaker 
160  &  162  Centre  1850 

Bacon  &  Raven,  pianofortes 

162  Centre  1851-1854 

Bacon  &  Raven,  pianos 
135  Grand  1855 

Bacon  &  Karr,  pianos 
255  Greene  1871 

255  Greene    (1   Winthrop)  1872 

255  Greene  1873 

255  Greene  (1  Wintrop)  1874-1875 

Baird,  Lyman,  piano-forte  maker 
534  Pearl  1830 

79^  Bowery  1831 

103  Bowery  1832 

Baird,  Lyman,  pianomaker 
103  Bowery  1833-1834 

72  Bowery  1835 

Ball,  William  H.,  musical  instrument-m. 

Eleventh  n.  Av.  3d  1829 

Eighth  c.  Av.  3d  1830 

96  Walker  c.  Elm  1831 

42  Allen  1832 

Bassford,  A.,  turner 
479  Pearl  1820 

Bassford,  Abraham,  turner 
rear  476  Pearl  1821 

rear  477  Pearl  1822 

Bassford,  Abraham,  turner  &  porterhouse 
477  Pearl  1823-1824 

Bassford,  Abraham,  musician 
477  Pearl  1825 

Bassford,  A.,  musician  not  in  1826-1827 

Bassford,  Abraham,  ivory  turner 
477  Pearl  1828-1832 

477  Pearl  &  218  Broadway  1833 

547  Pearl  &  218  Broadway  1834-1836 

h.  547  Pearl  &  218  Broadway  1837 

h.  4  Ann  &  218  Broadway  1838 

Bassford,  Abraham,  billiards 
4  Ann  1839 

440  Broadway  &  tyA,  h.  4  Ann  1840 

Bassford,  Abraham 
440  Broadway  &  1#,  165  Fourth  1841 

165  h.  189  Fourth  1842 

Bassford,  Abram,  foundry 

165  Fourth,  and  billiards  149  Fulton       1843 
Centre  n.  Pearl,  and  billiards  149  Ful- 
ton &   \y2   Ann,  h.   149  Fulton  1844 
r.  63   Centre,  billiards   149  Fuljton  & 

134  Ann,  h.  149  Fulton  1845 

r.  63  Centre,  billiard  table  maker,  149 

Fulton,  h.  149  Fulton  1846-1847 

r.  63  Centre,  billiard  table  maker  149 

Fulton,  h.  42  Jones  1848 


[59] 


60 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Bassford,  Abram,  billiard  table  maker 

8  Ann,  h.  44  Jones  1849 

Bassford,  Abram,  billiard  tables 

8  Ann,  h.  26  Jones  1850 

Bassford,  Abram,  billiard  table  maker 
63  &  75  Centre,  saloons,  592  Broadway, 
and  8  Ann,  entrance  149  Fulton,  h. 
26  Jones  1851 

Bassford,  Abram,  billiard  tablemaker 

63  Centre,  and  8  Ann,  h.  26  Jones         1852 
Bassford,  Abram,  billiard  tables  &  piano- 
fortes 
63  Centre  and  8  Ann,  h.  26  Jones  1853 

Bassford,  Abram,  pianoforte  manufr. 
63  &  65   Centre,  8  Ann,   149  Fulton 
&  603  Broadway,  h.  26  Jones  1854 

Bassford,  Abram,  billiards 

149  Fulton,  8  Ann,  65  Center,  and 
pianofortes,  603  Broadway,  h.  26 
Jones  1855 

Bassford  &  Brower,  music 

603  Broadway  1855 

Bassford,  Abram,  pianos 
63  Centre,  billiards,  149  Fulton,  8  Ann 
&  pianofortes  603  Broadway,  h.  26 
Jones  1856 

Bassford,  Abram,  billiard  tables 
149  Fulton,  &  8  Ann,  &  pianos,  603 
Broadway  &  63  Centre,  h.  26  Jones     1857 
Bassford,  Abram,  billiards 

149  Fulton,  8  Ann  and  pianos  63  Centre, 
h.  26  Jones  1858 

Bassford,  Abram,  billiards 
149  Fulton    &    8    Ann    &    pianos    63 
Centre,  h.  26  Jones  1859-1860 » 

Bassford,  Julius,  pianos 

149  Fulton,  h.  26  Jones  1860 

Bassford,  William  K.,  music 

h.  26  Jones  1865 

Beames,  Jonathan,  umbrella-maker 

3  Orange  1824-1826 

Beames,  Jonathan,  umbrella-maker  not  in  1827 
Beames,  Jonathan,  musical  instrument- 
maker 
18  Batavia  1828-1835 

Benjamin,  Joel,  piano-forte  maker 
26  Factory  1827 

32  Factory  1828 

26  Asylum  1829 

27  Morton  1830 
Benjamin,  Joel,  pianomaker 

21  Minetto  1831-1835 

Bennet,  Isaiah,  piano-forte  maker 

Bedford  c.  Burton  1826 

Berry,  William  F.,  organbuilder 
236  Orange  1833 

187  Laurens  1834 

152  Thompson  1835 

1  After  1860  "billiards"  follows  the  name. 


Black,  Frederick  C,  pianomaker 

22  Fifth  1835 

Blount,  George,  cabinetmaker 

8  Batavia  1834 

Blount,  George,  pianomaker 

8  Batavia  1835 

Blume,  Frederick,  music 

54  Chatham  1859 

Blume,  Frederick,  mus.  insts. 

54  Chatham  1860 

Blume,  Frederick,  music 

208  Bowery  1861 

Blume,  Frederick,  pianos,  melodeons, 
mus.  insts.  &  sheet  music 

208  Bowery,   h.  433   Broome  1862 

208  Bowery  1863-1864 

Blume,  Frederick,  pianos,  music  &  musi- 
cal insts. 

208  Bowery  1865 

Blume,  Frederick,  pianos,  melodeons,  sheet- 
music,  mus.  insts. 

208  Bowery  1866 

208  Bowery,  h.  144  W.  15th  1867 

Blume,  Frederick,  pianos,  melodeons, 
sheet-music,  music-books  &  mus. 
insts. 

1125  B'way,  &  208  Bowery,  h.  146  W. 
15  1868 

Blume,  Frederick,  mus.  insts. 

1125  B'way,  h.  146  W.  15th  1869 

Blume,  Frederick,  music 

825  B'way,  h.  146  W.  15th  1870 

Blume,  Frederick,  pianos 

27  Union  sq.,  h.  146  W.  15th  1871-1872 

Blume,  Frederick,  pianos,  music  &  mus. 
insts. 

27  Union  sq.,  h.  146  W.  15th  1873 

Blume,  Frederick,  music 

27  Union  sq.,  h.  146  W.  15th  1874-1875 

Bogardus,  Henry  S.,  cabinetmaker 

11  Thomas  1824 

Bowery-hill  1825 

Bogardus,  Henry  S.,  cabinetmaker   not  in  1826 
Bogardus,    Henry,   pianoforte-maker 

215  Mulberry  1827 

29  First  1828 

Sixth  n.  Avenue  3d  1829 

Bogardus,  Henry  S.,  pianoforte-maker 

270  Elizabeth  1830-1832 

432  Bowery  1833 

Bolen,  John,  oval  &  round  turner  &  mus. 
inst.  maker 

32  Fair  1794 

Bolen,  John,  oval  &  round  turner  &  mus. 

inst.  maker  not  in  1795-1805 

Bolen,  John,  turner 

76  Chatham  1806-1811 

Bolen,  John,  turner  not  in  1812-1814 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


61 


Bolen,  John 
30  Orange  1815 

83  Mulberry  1816 

Boston,  Bartholomew,  piano-fortemaker 
60  Broome  1812 

Boston,  James  B.,  pianomaker 
64  Carmine  1831 

Boyde,  George,  musical  instrumentmaker 
54  William  1791 

Boyd,  George,  cabinet  and  mus.  inst.  maker 
17  Frankfort  1792 

Bradbury,  William  B.    See  Part  II. 

Brand,  John,  pianomaker 
rear  14  Spring  1835 

Brant,  Thomas,  musical  instrument  maker 
120  Warren  1816 

Washington  n.  Provost  1817-1818 

Brand,  Thomas,  piano  forte  maker 
335  Washington  1819 

Brand,  Thomas,  piano  forte  maker    not  in  1820 

Brant,  Thomas,  piano  forte  maker 
335  Washington  1821 

Brand,  Thomas,  piano  forte  maker 
335  Washington  1822 

25  Thomas  1823 

113  Chambers  1824 

17  Thomas  1825-1828 

23  Leonard  1829 

Brand,  Thomas,  piano  forte  maker     not  in  1830 

Brand,  Thomas,  pianomaker 

1  Beach  •       1831-1832 

Brennison,  William,  pianomaker 

139  Amity  1835 

Bridgland,  James  M.,  pianomak. 
451  Broadw.,  h.  62  Vandew.  1832 

451  Broadw.,  h.  Varick  1833 

Bridgland,  James  M.,  pianomaker 
449  Broadway,  h.  Chapel  1834 

465  Broadway,  h.  338  Bleecker  1835 

Bridgland  &  Jardine,  pianomakers 
451  Broadway  1833 

449  Broadway  1834 

465  Broadway  1835 

Britton,  Jacob,  piano  maker 
27  Thompson  1832 

Brotherton,  Elisha,  organbuilder 

117  Orange  1828 

125  Orange  1829-1835 

Brower,  Samuel,  house  carpenter 

15  John  1792 

Brower,  Samuel,  house  carpenter      not  in  1793 

Brower,  Samuel,  drum-maker  and  com- 
position fanlight  maker 
74  Chatham  .  1794 

Brower,  Samuel,  house  carpenter 
74  Chatham  1795 

Brower,   Samuel,  composition  and  fan- 
light maker 
74  Chatham  1796 


Brower,  Samuel,  carpenter 

74  Chatham  1797-1800 

Brower,  Samuel,  drum  maker 

74  Chatham    '  1801-1802 

Brower,  Samuel,  drum  maker  and  brand- 
caster 

10  Harman  1803-1804 

95  James  1805 

Brower,  Samuel,  drum  maker  and  brand- 
caster  not  in  1806 
Brower,  Samuel 

rear  95  James  1807 

Brower,  Samuel,  grocer 

16  Burling  slip  1808-1810 

Brown,  Henry  A.,  pianos 

420  Broome,  h.  39  S.  4th,  Brooklyn  1866-1867 

76  E.  9th,  h.  39  S.  4th,  B'klyn  1868 

76  E.  9th  1869 

Brown,  John  W.,  pianomaker 

220  Division  1835 

Brown,  Thomas,  pianomaker 

239  Greene  1834 

Brown,  Thomas  B.,  pianomaker 

239  Greene  1835 

Brown  &  Perkins,  pianos 

420  Broome  1866-1867 

76  E.  9th  1868-1869 

Browning,  Thomas,  piano-forte  maker 

47  Murray  1825 
93  Anthony  1826 
57  Elm  &  167  Elizabeth  1827 
167  Elizabeth  1828 
142  Hammond                                    1829-1830 

Browning,  Thomas,  piano-forte  maker 

not  in  1831 
142  Hammond  1832 

Browning,  Thomas,  pianomaker 
142  Hammond  1833-1835 

Browning,  Thomas,  Jr.,  pianomaker 
662  Greenwich  1834 

60  Hammond  1835 

Browning,  Thomas,  Jr. 
215  Twentieth  1836 

Brumley,  A.,  piano  tuner 
31  Reade  1835 

Buchan,  James,  cabinet  maker 
55  Church  1802 

72  Murray  1803 

28  Vesey  1804 

48  Anthony  1805-1806 
Buchan,  James,  cabinet  maker  not  in  1807 
Buckin,  James,  musical  instrumentmaker 

8  Anthony  1808-1809 

Buchan,   J.,   musical  inst.   maker 
upper   end   Chapel  1810 

Bucking,  James,  instrument  maker 
40  Thomas  1811 

36  Anthony  1812 

Anthony  n.  Hudson  1813-1814 


62 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Buchan,  James,  cabinet-maker 

rear  7  Anthony  1815 

Buchan,  James,  organ  builder 

170  Grand     '  1816 

Bucken,  James,  organ  builder 

170  Grand  1817 

Bucken,  James,  organ  builder  not  in  1818-1821 
Bucken,  James,  cabinetmaker 

221  Church  1822 

Buchan,  James,  cabinet  maker 

221  Church  1823 

Desbrosses  n.  Greenwich  1824 

8  Lispenard  1825 

Bull,  Francis  I.,  piano-forte  manuf. 

Lispenard  n.  Mercer  1816 

219  Church  1817 

Butler,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

156  Broadway  1808 


Cammayer,  John  C,  pianomaker 

38^4  Division  1835 

Canschat,  Michael,  inst.  maker 

Second  1798 

Conshort,  Michael,  piano-forte-maker 

Second  1799 

Canschet,  Michael,  piano-forte-maker 

Second  1800 

Chanschet,  Michael,  piano-forte-maker 

Second  1801 

Carr,  Benjamin.    See  Part  II. 
Carter  &  Robinson,  musical  inst.  makers 

10  Willet  1830 

Carter  &  Robinson,  block-tin  faucet  makers 

10  Willet  1831-1832 

Cary,  William,  piano-forte  maker 

21  Division  1817 

Essex  c.  Broome  1818-1819 

Cary,  William 

Broome,  n.  Essex  1820 

Cary,  William,  piano-forte-maker 

95  Mott  1821 

Cary,  William,  carpenter 

95  Mott  1822 

Casing,  John,  piano-forte  maker 

279  Bowery  1812-1814 

Chambers,  Leonard  M.,  pianos 

221  .Sixth,  h.  151  E.  18th  1872 

Chambers,  Maynard  M.,  pianos 

108  E.  25th  1863 

108  E.  25th,  h.  118  E.  18th  1864 

14  Sixth,  h.  118  E.  18th  1865 

Chambers,  Maynard  M.,  piano  manufa. 

14  Sixth  &  8  Bible  h.,  h.  118  E.  18th        1866 
Chambers,  Maynard  M.,  pianos 

14  Sixth  &  8  Bible  h.,  h.  151  E.  18th 

1867-1868 

99  Fourth  &  219  Sixth,  h.  151  E.  18  1869 

221  Sixth,  h.  151  E.  18th  1870 

99  Fourth  &  221  Sixth,  h.  151  E.  18th      1871 


Chambers,  Maynard  M.,  pianos,  continued 
101  Fourth  av.,  h.  151  E.  18th  1872 

221  Sixth,  h.  151  E.  18th  1873-1875 

Chambers,  Samuel  J.,  pianos 
8  Bible  h,  h.  151  E.  18th  1867 

h.  151  E.  18th  1868-1869 

99  Fourth  av.,  h.  151  E.  18th  .  1870 

101  Fourth  av.,  h.  151  E.  18th  1871 

h.  151  E.  18th  1872 

Chambers,  Samuel  J.,  pianos  not  in  1873 

Chambers,  Samuel  J. 
306  Fourth  av.,  h.  151  E.  18th         1874-1875 

Chambers,  H.  Thomas,  pianom. 
31  Crosby,  h.  241   Orange  1835 

Chambers,  Thomas  H.,  music 

167  Broadway,  h.  241  Orange  1836-1837 

285  Broadway,  h.  241  Orange  1838-1839 

285  Broadway,  h.  63  Marion  1840-1841 

385  Broadway,  h.  158  Wooster  1842 

Chambers,  Thomas  H.,  pianos 
385  Broadway,  h.  160  Wooster       1843-1848 
385  Broadway,  h.  162  Wooster  1849 

Chambers,  Thomas  H.,  pianofortes 
385  B'way,  h.  162  Wooster  1850 

Chambers,  Thomas  H.,  pianos 
385  B'way,  h.  100  E.  15th  1851 

385  B'way,  h.  132  Second  1852-1853 

385  B'way,  h.  118  E.  18th  1854-1856 

8  Bible  h.,  h.  118  E.  18th  1857-1863 

10  Bible  h.,  h.  118  E.  18th  1864 

8  Bible  h.  &  14  Sixth,  h.  118  E.  18th      1865 
8  Bible  h.,  h.  118  E.  18th  1866 

8  Bible  h.,  h.  151  E.  18th  1867 

8  Bible  h.  &  14  Sixth,  h.  151  E.  18th       1868 

Chambers,  Thomas  H.  &  Son,  pianos 
99  Fourth  av.  &  219  Sixth,  h.  151  E. 

18th  1869 

Chambers,  Thomas  H.,  pianos 
101  Fourth  av.,  h.  151  E.  18th  1870-1873 

306  Fourth  av.,  h.  151  E.  18th  1874-1875 

Chambers,  Thomas  H.  &  Son,  pianos 
99  Fourth  av.  &  219  Sixth,  h.  151  E. 

18th  1869 

Chambers,  T.  H.  &  Son,  pianos 

101  Fourth  av.  &  221  Sixth  1870 

101  Fourth  av.  &  221  Sixth,  h.  151  E. 

18th  1871 

101  Fourth  av.  1872-1873 

306  Fourth  av.  c.  E.  23d  (Association 

building)  1874 

306  Fourth  av.  c.  E.  23d  1875 

Chambers  &  Gabler,  pianos 
108  E.  25th  1863-1864 

14  Sixth  1865-1866 

Charters,  George,  mus.  inst.  maker  (see 
Whaites  &  Chartres) 
19  Barclay  1796-1797 

Charters,  George,  mus.  inst.  maker 

not  in  1798-1813 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


63 


Charter,  Geo. 

30  Vesey  1814 
Charter,  George,  piano  forte  maker 

rear  40  Provost  1815 

Charters,  George,  piano  forte  maker 

19  Barclay  1816 

19  Barclay  &  138  Fulton  1817 

33  Walker  1818-1819 

Chevalier,  Lewis  A. 

31  Catherine  1817 
Chevalier,  Lewis  A.  not  in  1818 
Chavilier,  A.  L.,  piano  forte  maker 

14  Orange  1819 

Chevalier,  A.  L.,  musician 
101  Reed  1820-1823 

Child,  William,  grocer 
219  William  1798 

Child,  William,  grocer  not  in  1799-1800 

Child,  William,  musical  instrument  maker 
219  William  1801-1803 

Child,  William,  musical  instrument  maker 

not  in  1804-1811 

Childs,  William,  musical  instrumentmaker 
23  Chatham  1812-1814 

213  William  1815-1816 

30  Chapel  1817 

Childs,  Richard,  violin  maker 
17  Chatham  1811 

23  Chatham  1812 

Christman,  Charles,  mus.  inst.  maker 
Bedford  c.  Burton  1823 

64  and  80  Crosby  1824-1825 

Bedford  n.  Commerce  1826 

79  Bedford  1827 

Christman,  Charles  G.,  mus.  inst.  maker    . 
79  Bedford  1828 

398  Pearl  1829-1836 

404  Pearl  1837-1842 

Christman,  Charles  G.,  importer 
404  Pearl  1843-1844 

Christman,  Charles  G.,  importer  of  musi- 
cal instruments 
404  Pearl  1845 

Christman,  Charles  G.,  musical  insts's 
404  Pearl  1846-1847 

404  Pearl,  h.  404  Pearl  1848-1849 

404  Pearl  1850 

404  Pearl,  h.  404  Pearl  1851 

605  Broadway  &  404  Pearl  1852 

404  Pearl,  h.  404  Pearl  1853-1854 

391  Pearl,  h.  197  Pearl,  Brooklyn  1855 

Christman,  Charles  G.,  music 
391  Pearl,  h.  197  Pearl,  Brooklyn  1856 

Christman,  Charles  G.,  musical  insts. 
391  Pearl,  h.  221  Pearl/Brooklyn  1857 

Clark,  John,  pianomaker 

137  Broadway,  h.  5  Prince  1833-1834 

137  Broadway,  h.  Twenty-first  n. 

Av.  3d  1835 


Claus,    Christian,    musical    instrument 
maker  (see  Dodds  &  Claus) 
Partition  1789 

Dover  1790 

9  Dover  -  1791-1792 

Clause,  Christian,  musical  instrument 
maker 

9  Dover  1793 
4  Dover                                             1794-1795 

Claus,  Christian,  musical  instrument  maker 

4  Dover  1796-1799 

Coger.  Alexander,  stationer 

20  Dey  1818-1819 

Coger,  Alexander,  stationer  not  in  1820 

Coger,  Alex.,  harmonica  glass  maker 

3  Spruce  1821 

Combes,  Henry,  pianomaker 

12  Rivington  1830 

10  Rivington  1831 
Combs,  Henry,  gratemaker 

124  Norfolk  1832-1833 

Combes,  Henry,  gratemaker 

358  Pearl,  h.   124  Norfolk  1834 

Coquillat,  Emanuel,  piano-forte  maker 

12  Lispenard  1828 

Corbett,  William,  piano-maker 

525  Broome  1832 

Couenhoven,  James.    See  Part  II. 
Crigier,  M.  V.,  piano-forte  maker 

120  Chapel  1826 

Cregier,  M.  V.,  piano-forte  maker 

117  Grand  1827 

37  White  1828 

Cregier,  Michael  V.,  piano-forte  maker 

37  White  1829 

Cregier,  Michael  V.,  pianomaker 

37  White  1830 

414  Broadway  1831 

395  Broadway  1832-1835 

Cross,  John  W.,  piano-forte  maker 

Tenth  n.  Bowery  1832 

Cruse,  Francis,  pianomaker 

122  Orange  1833 

Cuff,  John,  musical  inst.  maker 

474  Grand  1831-1833 

166  Spring  1834-1835 

Daggett,  Elisha  A.,  pianos 

333  Broadway,  h.  Mass.  1856 

Daggett,  Handel  N.,  agent 

173  Broadway,  h.  Mass.  1857 

Daly,  John  J.    See  Part  II. 
Darling,  David,  musical  instrumentmaker 

196  Washington  1823 

Davies,  Edward,  pianomaker 

142  Elm  1835 

Davis,  Francis,  cabinet  maker 

41  Forsyth  1826 


64 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Davis,  Francis,  musical  instrument  maker 
242  Broome  1827 

20iy2  Division  1828 

199^  Division  1829 

238  Bowery  1830-1835 

Davis,  M.,  pianoforte-maker 
63  Barclay  1812-1817 

61  Barclay  1818-1820 

63  Barclay  1821-1826 

Davis,  Morgan,  pianoforte-maker 
63  Barclay  1827-1831 

Davis,  Morgan,  piano  maker 
63  Barclay,  h.  63  Murray  1832 

63  Barclay,  h.  32  Chapel  1833 
201  Chambers,  h.  32  Chapel  1834 

64  Church,  h.  32  Chapel  1835  - 
Davis,  William,  pianoforte  maker 

rear  18  Thomas  1826-1829 

Davis,  William,  piano-maker 

91  Chapel  1830-1831 

Day,  Charles  M.,  pianoforte-maker 

65  Herring  1828 
273  Bleecker  1829 

Day,  Charles  M.,  piano-maker 
273  Bleecker  1830 

373  Bleecker  1831 

117  Barrow  1832-1833 

Debraun,  Peter,  cabinet-maker 
179  Bleecker  1831 

Debraun,  Peter,  piano  maker 
179  Bleecker  1832-1834 

181  Bleecker  1835 

Dederer,  Levi,  pianoforte  manufacturer ; 
pianofortes  tuned  &  repaired  at  67 
Bayard  1835 

Dent,  Robert,  organbuilder 

119  Orange  1821-1825 

Dean,  Robert,  organbuilder 

117  Orange  1826 

Dent,  Robert,  organbuilder 
119  Orange  1826-1827 

117  Orange  1828-1830 

114  Orange  1831-1833 

Dent,  James,  pianomaker 
114  Orange  1834-1835 

Ditson,  Charles  H.  &  Co.    See  Part  II. 

Dixon,  John,  pianoforte-maker 
266  William  1828-1829 

40  Madison  1830-1831 

Dixon,  John,  piano  maker 
40  Madison  1832-1835 

Dodds,  T.,  organ  &  mus.  inst.  maker 
76  Queen  1786 

Dodds,    Thomas,   musical  instrument- 
maker 

66  Queen  1787 
Dodds,   Thomas,   musical   instrument- 
maker  and  mahogany  merchant 

66  Queen  1789-1790 


Dodds  &  Claus,  mus.  inst.  makers 

66  Queen  1791-1792 

Dodds  &  Clause,  mus.  inst.  makers 

66  Queen  1793 

Dodds,  Thomas,  mus.  inst.  maker 

320  Pearl  1794-1795 

Dodds,  Thomas,  mus.  inst.  maker    not  in  1796 

287  Broadway  1797 

Dodds,  Thomas,  mus.  inst.  maker       not  in  1798 

221  Pearl  1799 

Dodds,  widow  of  Thomas 

41  Augustus  1799 

Dodge,  Samuel,  inspector 

17  Frankfort  1790 

Dodge,  Samuel,  inspector  not  in  1791 

Dodge,  Samuel,  mus.  inst.  maker 

17  Frankfort  1792 

Dodworth,  Allen,  &  Fischer,  mus.  insts. 

6  Astor  pi.  1868 

Dodworth,  Harvey  B.    See  Part  I. 
Dodworth,  Olean  H.    See  Part  I. 
Dodworth,  Thomas.    See  Part  I. 
Dodworth  &  Son.     See  Part  I. 
Doyle,  Thomas,  piano  forte  manuf. 

534  Pearl  1828 

Doyle,  Thomas,  piano  forte  manuf.  not  in 

1829-1830 
Doyle,  Thomas  J.,  pianomaker 

rear  543  Pearl  1831 

Doyle,  Thomas  J.,  pianomaker  not  in  1832-1834 

277  Pearl  1835 

Drummond,  Samuel,  reedmaker 

131  Avenue  8th  1831 

86  Amos  1832-1833 

Fifteenth  1834 

Drummond,  Samuel,  whitewasher 

183  Church  1835 

Dubois,  William.    See  Part  II. 
Dunham,  David  H,  pianos 

75  E.  13th,  h.  Eastchester  1861-1864 

111  E.  13th,  h.  East  Chester  1865 

111  E.  13th  1866 

111  E.  13th,  h.  Eastchester  1867 

831  Broadway  1868-1869 

17  Union  sq.,  h.  116  W.  126th  1870 

17  Union  sq.,  h.  145  E.  127th  1871-1872 

18  E.  14th,  h.  145  E.  127th  1873 
18  E.  14th  &  155th  n.  Fourth  av.,  h. 

145  E.  127th  1874 

18  E.  14th  &  Morris  av.  c.  155th,  h. 
145  E.  127th  1875 

Dunham,  Edw'd  A.,  pianos 

79  E.  13th,  h.  Westchester  1858 

Dunham,  Edgar  A.,  pianos 

75  E.  13th,  h.  Eastchester  1859-1864 

'     111  E.  13th,  h.  East  Chester  1865 

111  E.  13th  1866 

111  E.  13th,  h.  Eastchester  1867 

831  B'way,  h.  Melrose  1868-1869 

17  Union  sq.  1870 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


65 


Dunham,  John,  cabinetmaker 

Jones  n.  Herring  1826 

Dunham,  John,  pianofortemaker 

63  Herring  1827 

Dunham,  John  B.,  pianomaker 


Avenue  3d  n.  Twenty-sixth 

1835-1837 

375  Broadway,  h.  Av.  3d  n.  26th 

1838 

361  Broadway,  h.  Av.  3d  n.  26th 

1839-1840 

361  Broadway,  h.  334  Av.  3d 

1841-1842 

361  Broadway,  h.  18  Seventeenth 

1843 

361  Broadway,  h.  Seventeenth  n.  Av.  3 

1844-1845 

361  Broadway,  h.  86  E.  17th 

1846-1847 

343  Broadway,  h.  86  E.  17th 

1848 

79  E.  13th,  h.  86  E.  17th 

1849-1850 

79  E.  13th,  h.  92  E.  13th 

1851-1853 

Dunham,  John  B.,  pianos 

81  E.  13th,  h.  Eastchester 

1854 

79  E.  13th,  h.  Eastchester 

1855 

Dunham,  John  B.  &  Co.,  pianofortes 

79  E.  13th 

1855-1858 

Dunham,  John  B.,  pianos 

79  E.  13th,  h.  Eastchester 

1857 

79  E.  13th,  h,  Mt.  Vernon 

1858 

75  E.   13th,  h.  Eastchester 

1859 

75  E.  13th 

1860 

75  E.  13th,  h.  Eastchester 

1861-1864 

111  E.  13th,  h.  Eastchester 

1865-1867 

831  B'way,  h.  Eastchester 

1868-1869 

17  Union  sq. 

1870-1872 

18  E.  14th,  h.  21  W.  126th 

1873-1874 

18  E.  14th  &  Morris  av.  c.  155th,  h. 

1875 


1872 


21  W.  126th 

Dunham,  John  B.,  jr.,  pianos 
17  Union  sq.,  h.  New  Rochelle 

Dunham  &  Sons,  pianos 
111  E.  13th  1867 

831  B'way  1868-1869 

17  Union  sq.  1870-1872 

18  E.  14th  1873 
18  E.  14th  &  155th  c.  Morris  av.  1874 
18  E.  14th  &  Morris  av.  c.  155th  1875 

Duparge,  Luther,  mus.  inst.  maker 

159  William  1796 

Dwyer,  James,  cabinetmaker 

341  Washington  1832 

Dwyer,  James,  pianomaker 

341  Washington  1833 

Thirteenth  n.  Avenue  5th  1834-1835 


Eisenbrand,  Henry,  mus.  inst.  mak. 

19  Duane  1815 

Endicott,  George.    See  Part  II. 
Enstine,  John  H.,  cabinetmaker 

209  Elm  1834 

Enstine,  John  H.,  organbuilder 

209  Elm  1835 

Erben,  Henry,  organ  builder 

104  Pump  1826 


Erben,  Henry,  organ  builder,  continued 
rear  53  Mott,  h.  125  Pump  1827 

96  Centre,  h.  83  Bowery  1828-1830 

96  Centre,  h.  163  Walker  1831-1835 

Erben,  Peter.    See  Part  I.- 


Farrand,  Daniel  M.,  piano  maker 

41  Harison  1833 
6  Jay  1834 
Avenue  3d  c.  Thirteenth  1835 

Fawcett,  John,  cabinetmaker 
114  Orange  1826 

Fawcett,  John,  organ  builder 

114  Orange  1827 

Fawcett,  John,  organ  builder  not  in  1828 

63  Mulberry,  h.  313  Broome  1829 

63  Mulberry,  h.  228  Mulberry  1830 

236  Orange  1831-1834 

Thirty-fifth  n.  Avenue  9th  1835 

Felch,  Caleb,  reed  maker 
349  Cherry  1831 

Ferris,  Benjamin,  silversmith 

Dominick  c.  Varick  1821 

Reed  c.  Chapel  1822 

95  Crosby  1823 

Crosby  n.  Spring  1824 

Ferris,  Benjamin,  silversmith  not  in  1825 

Ferris,  Benj amine,  music  inst.  shop 
106  h.  67  Crosby  1826 

Sixth  n.  MacDougal  1827 

Ferris  &  Giffin,  musical  instrument  maker 
154  Fulton  1822 

Firth,  John.  See  Part  II. 

Firth,  Thaddeus.    See  Part  II. 

Firth  &  Hall.    See  Part  II. 

Firth,  Pond  &  Co.    See  Part  II. 

Firth,  Son  &  Co.    See  Part  II. 

Fischer,  Charles,  music 
h.  24  First  1874 

Fischer,  Charles,  mus.  insts. 
h.  79  E.  4th  1875 

Foster,  Caleb  T.,  piano-maker 
223  Sullivan  1831 

29  Charlton  1832 

Foster,  Caleb  T.,  plane  maker 

29  Charlton  1833 
Foster,  Caleb  T.,  piano  maker 

42  Amos  1834 
B'way,  h.  103  11th  n.  Av.  5th  1835 

Fowler,  Alexander,  organ-builder 

180  Mulberry  1830 

119  Centre  1831 

126  Centre  .  1832 

Fox,  Joseph,  cabinet  maker 

30  Burton  1830 
Fox,  Joseph,  piano  maker 

102  East  Broadway  1831 

307  Bowery  1832 


66 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Fox,  Joseph,  cabinet  maker 

105  Cannon  1833-1834 

Frost,  John,  musical  instrumentmaker 

7  Warren  1816 


Gabler,  Emil,  pianomkr. 
h.  159  E.  21st  1862 

Gabler,  Emil,  pianos 

108  E.  25th,  h.  330  E.  24th  1863-1864 

14  Sixth,  h.  93  Sixth  1865 

14  Sixth,  h.  67  Elizabeth  1866 

140  Centre,  h.  30  Delancey  1867 

140  Centre,  h.  128  White  1868 

Gabler,  Emil,  pianos  not  in  1869 

Gabler,  Emil,  pianomkr. 
h.  200  Third  av.  1870" 

Gabler,   Emil,   pianomkr.  not  in   1871 

Gabler,  Emil 
225  E.  22d,  h.  241  E.  84th  1872 

Gabler,  Emil,  pianos 
224  E.  22d,  h.  241  E.  84th  1873 

Gale,  Adams  H.,  pianomaker 

17  Mercer  1833 

Gallan,  Joel,  musical  instrument-maker 

116  Franklin  1826 

82  Elizabeth  1827 

7  Anthony  1828 

Gassin,  Andrew,  piano  manuf. 

Crosby,  h.  95  Elm  1832 

Gassin,  Andrew,  piano  maker 
95  Crosby,  h.  95  Wooster  1833-1834 

95  Wooster  1835 

Gassin,  Joseph,  pianomaker 
95  Crosby,  h.  95  Wooster  1833-1834 

95  Wooster  1835 

Geib.    See  Part  II. 

Gibson  (Thomas)  and  M.  Davis,  mus. 
inst.  maker 
58  Warren  1802-1803 

Gibson  (and  M.  Davis)  T.,  mus.  inst. 
maker 
63  Barclay  1804 

Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis  T.,  mus.  inst. 
maker 
63  Barclay  1805-1806 

Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis  T.,  pianoforte- 
makers 
63  Barclay  1807 

Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis,  pianofortemakers 
63  Barclay  1808 

Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis,  pianoforte  maker 
63  Barclay  1809-1811 

Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis,  pianoforte  makers 
63  Barclay  1812-1814 

Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis,  pianoforte  makers 

not  in  1815 

Gibson  &  Davis,  pianoforte  makers 
61  &  63  Barclay  1816 

61  Barclay  1817-1822 


Gibson,  Thomas,  pianoforte  maker 
63  Barclay  1811 

61  Barclay  1812-1819 

Gibson,  Thomas,  pianoforte  maker  not  in  1820 
61  Barclay  1821-1824 

Gibson,  Thomas,  piano  forte  maker 

196  Broadway,  h.  61  Barclay  1825 

61  Barclay  1826-1828 

61  Barclay  &  40  Robinson  1829 

Gibson,  Thomas,  pianomaker 
61  Barclay  &  40  Robinson  1830-1832 

61  Barclay,  h.  112  Reade  1833-1834 

61  Barclay,  h.  60  Barclay  1835 

Giffin,  Simon  M.,  musical  instrum.  maker 
153  Duane  1818 

Varick  n.  Broome  1819 

Jones  Greenwich  1820 

Arden  n.  Herring  1821 

165  Duane  1822 

Giffin,  Simon  M.,  musical  instrum.  maker 

not  in  1823-1824 

Giffing,  Simon  M.,  musical  instrum.  maker 
Delancy  c.  Forsyth  1825 

Giffin,  Simon  M.,  musical  instrum.  maker 

52  Rivington  1826^-1827 
Gilfert,  George.    See  Part  II. 

Godfrey,  Cornelius,  pianom. 
rear  29  Thompson,  h.  53  King  1834 

53  King  1835 
Godone,  Gasper,  piano  maker 

63^  Canal  1830-1831 

412  Broadway  1832-1834 

412^  Broadway  1835 

Godone,  Gasper,  mus.  inst. 
A\2y2  Broadway  1836-1837 

403  Broadway  1838 

403V2  Broadway  1839-1845 

403y2  Broadway,  h.  403^  Broadway 

1846-1849 

Godone,  Gasper,  music  store 
403^  Broadway,  h.  403j^  Broadway     1850 

Godone,  Gasper,  musical  inst. 
403^  Broadway,  h.  403^  Broadway 

1851-1852 
773  Broadway  1853 

773  Broadway,  h.  773  Broadway  1854 

773  Broadway  1855 

Godone,  Gasper,  music 

773  Broadway  1856 

Godone,  Gasper,  music  not  in  1857 

599  B'way,  h.  1011  B'way  1858 

Godone,  Gasper,  mus.  insts. 
599  B'way,  h.  1011  B'way  1859-1860 

599  B'way,  h.  1169  B'way  1861 

Godone,  Gasper,  mus.  insts.  not  in  1862 

Godoni,  Gasparo,  music 
278  W.  24th  1863-1864 

Godone,  Gasper,  music 
278  W.  24th  1865-1866 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


67 


Godone,  Gasper 

h.  60  W.  28th  1867 

Godone,  Gasper,  music 

h.  60   W.   28th  1868 

Godone,  Tasper,  music 

h.  112  W.  28th  1869 

Gordon,  Stephen  T.    See  Part  II. 
Gordon  &  Slater.    See  Part  II. 
Gorton,  Cephas,  cabinetmaker 

93  Grand  1833 

Gorton,  Cephas,  pianomaker 

114  Spring  1834 

172  Spring  1835 

Gould,  J.  E.  &  Co.    See  Part  II. 
Gould  &  Berry.    See  Part  II. 
Griffin,  Charles,  pianomaker 

27  Second  1835 

Grim,  David,  cabinet  maker 

120  Chapel  1826 

Grim,  David,  pianoforte  maker 

117  Grand  1827-1829 

Grim,  David,  piano  maker 

16  Avenue  D.  c.  Third  1830 

Grim,  David,  pianoforte  maker 

103    Allen  1831 

Reede  c.  Greenwich  1832 

Gruss,  Francis,  pianoforte  maker 

13  Grand  1831 

Gruss,  Francis,  pianomaker 

13  Grand  1832 

436  Washington  .  1833 

52  Howard  1834 

Guttwaldh,  Joseph,  pianoforte  maker 

50  Courtlandt  1819-1820 

Gutwennyer,  Peter,  mus.  instrument  maker 

129  Grand  1835 


Haas  &  Co.  John,  musical  clock-makers 

265  William  1825 

Haas  &  Goetz,  musical  clock-makers 

67  Harman  1826-1829 

Haas  &  Goetz,  clockmakers 

26  Division  1830-1833 

Haig,  William,  reedmaker 

Thirteenth  n.  6  Avenue  1827 

Haigh,  William,  reedmaker 

48  Hammond  1828-1832 

Haigh,  William,  healdmaker 

48  Hammond  1833-1834 

Hall,  James,  organ  builder 

95  Pump  1826 
Hall,  Thomas,  organ  builder 

53  Mott  1820 

Mott  n.  Bayard  .1821-1823 

53  Mott  1824-1826 

Hall,  Thomas,  organ  builder  not  in  1827 

125  Pump  1828 

96  Centre,  h.  165  Walker  1829 
96  Centre,  h.  81  Mercer                   1830-1835 


1824-1826 

1866 
1867 

1834 
1835 

1835 


Hall,  William.    See  Part  II. 
Hall  &  Erben,  organ  builders 

53  Mott 
Hamlin,  Emmons,  organs 

596  B'way,  h.  Mass. 

596  B'way 
Hamm,  John,  musical  inst.  maker 

rear  78  Grand 

36  Thompson 
Hammond,  Achiloe,  pianomaker 

172  Spring 
Harison,  Vivaldo,  piano  maker 

45  Robinson  1830 

Harrison,  Frederick  V.,  piano  maker 

45  Robinson  1831-1832 

Harison,  Vivaldi,  piano  maker 

45  Robinson  1833 

Hatter,    Paul,   music  instrument   maker 
and  teacher 

Vandewater  1820 

Hatton,  Paul,  music  instrument  maker 

451  Broadway  1821 
45  Warren                                          1822-1823 

452  Broadway  1824-1825 
12  Fifth  n.  Bowery  1826 

Hatton,  Paul,  musical  instrument  maker 
Roosevelt  c.  Oak  1827-1828 

69  Catherine  1829 

198  Grand  1830 

Hatton,  Charlotte,  widow  of  Paul 

118  Centre  1831 

Hatton,  William,  mus.  inst.-maker 
3  Peck-slip  1793 

358  Broadway  1794 

360  Broadway  1795 

Haugh,  Casper,  pianoforte  maker 
Renwick  n.  Spring  1826 

Hawes,  George,  turner 
Avenue  5th  n.  Twelfth  1834 

Hawes,  George,  mus.  ins.  maker 

Twelfth  n.  Broadway  1835 

383  Broome  1836 

Hearne,  Edward,  pianomaker 
Thirteenth  n.  Avenue  5th  1834-1835 

Heath,  James,  organbuilder 

134  Greene  1834 

rear  117^  Orange  1835 

Heckert,  Charles,  organbuilder 

82  Mott  1833-1834 

Heckert,  Charles,  cabinetmaker 
39  Wooster  1835 

Heinrich,  Antoine.    See  Part  I. 

Henderson,  John,  pianomaker 

145  Grand  .  1835 

143  Grand  1836 

57  Crosby  1837 

Henderson,  John,  pianomaker  not  in  1838-1839 

Henderson,  John  Y.,  music 
549  Broadway  1840-1842 


68 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Henderson,  John  Y.,  pianomaker 
549  Broadway  1843 

Henderson,  John  Y.,  music 
549  Broadway  1844 

549  Broadway,  h.  r.  59  Marion  1845 

549  Broadway,  h.  549  Broadway    1846-1848 
549  B'way,  h.  549  B'way  1849-1853 

549  Broadway,  &  pianos,  r.  59  Marion, 
h.  549  Broadway  1854 

Henderson,  John  Y.,  pianos 
549  Broadway  &  r.  59  Marion,  h.  549 

Broadway  1855 

547  Broadway  &  r.  59  Marion,  h.  41 

E.  24th  1856 

547  Broadway,  h.  41  E.  24th  1857 

Hill,  Warren,  mus.  inst.  maker 
185  Chapel  1835 

159  Forsyth  1836 

28  Renwick  1837-1838 

24  Sullivan  1839-1840 

246  Spring  1841 

36  Watts  1842 

Hill,  Warren,  musical  instruments 
36  Watts  1843 

307  Hudson  1844-1845 

68V2  Greene  1846-1847 

Hill,  Warren,  music 
h.  92  Vandam  1848 

h.  168  Spring  1849 

Hill,  Warren,  music  not  in  1850-1852 

Hill,  Warren,  clerk 
239  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn  1853 

Hill,  Warren,  publisher 
239  Broadway,  h.  61  Hicks,  Brooklyn 

1854-1856 

Hill,  Warren,  music 
241  Broadway,  h.  61  Hicks,  Brooklyn      1857 

Hill,  Warren,  clerk 
239  Broadway,  h.  61  Hicks,  Brooklyn      1858 

Hofmaster,  Fredk.    See  Part  I. 

Holder,  Charles,  cabinetmaker 
372  Broome  1834 

Holder,  Charles  J.,  pianomaker 
193  h.  196  Mott  1835 

Holmes,  George  F.,  cabinetmaker 
568^  Pearl  1832 

Holmes,  George  F.,  cabinetmaker      not  in  1833 

Holmes,  George  F.,  pianomaker 

125  Sullivan  1834 

Twenty-second  n.  Avenue  3  1835 

Holt,  Charles,  Jr.    See  Part  II. 

Hoofmaster,  Fredk.    See  Part  I. 

Hooper  &  Ball,  musical  inst.  makers 
557  Broadway  1826-1827 

Housman,   Abraham,   carpenter 
9  Burton  1832 

Housman,  Abraham,  pianomaker 
9  Burton  1833-1835 

Howe,  William.    See  Part  II. 


Hubie,  John,  organ  builder 
Hester  n.  Orange  1820-1822 

200  Plester  1823-1830 

Hyne,  Jacob,  organmaker 

113  Elizabeth  1835 

Hyslop,  Samuel  C,  pianofortemaker 
218  Church  1815 

Hyslop,   Samuel  C,  pianofortemaker 

not  in  1816-1818 

Hyslop,  Samuel  C. 
12  Beaver  1819-1820 

Hyslop,  Samuel  C,  cabinet  maker 

12  Beaver  1821 

73  Sullivan  1822-1825 

9  York  1826-1827 


Ives,  Seth,  fife-maker 

55  Bedford 

1827 

71  MacDougal 

1828 

Ives,  Seth,  porter  house 

148  Christopher 

1829 

Ives,  Seth,  cabinet  maker 

63  Carmine 

-     -1830 

66  Carmine 

1831-1833 

44  Downing 

1834 

Ives,  Eliza,  widow  of  Seth 

27  Charlton 

1835 

Jackson,  James,  organ  builder 

75  Hamersley 

1827 

77  Hamersley 

1828 

77  &  75  Hamersley 

1829-1831 

rear  77  &  75  Hamersley 

1832-1834 

154  Sixteenth 

1835 

Jacobus  &  Whiting,  pianofortemakers 

39  Chapel  1822 
Jaques,  John  D.    See  Part  II. 

Jardine,  John,  pianomaker    (see  Bridg- 
land  &  Jardine) 

465  Broadway,  h.  513  Broome  1835 

Johnson,  William,  pianomaker 

342  Washington  1833 

Johnson,  William,  pianomaker  not  in  1834 

15  Thomas  1835 

Jollie,  Edw.  jr.,  mus.  inst.  maker 

Christopher  n.  Greenwich  1823 

Amos  n.  Washington  1824-1825 

Jollie,  Edw.  jr.,  inst. 

Amos  n.  Washington  1826 

Jollie,  Edw.,  jr.,  inst.  not  in  1827-1830 

Jollie,  Edward,  musical  instrument  maker 

27  Morton  1831 

Jollie,  Edward,  musical  instrument  maker 

not  in  1832-1835 
Jollie,  Edw.,  instrument  maker 

40  Oliver  1836 
118  Bowery  1837 
347  Bleecker                                              1838 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


69 


Jollie,  Edw.,  instrument  maker,  continued 
274  Spring  1839 

rear  11  Clarke  1840 

401  Broadway  1841-1842 

Jollie,  Edw.,  turner 

66  Walker,  h.  17  Renwick  1843 

66  Walker,  h.  459  G'wich  1844-1845 

66  Walker,  h.  186  Spring  1846 

Jollie,  Edw.,  instruments 

169  Fulton,  h.  98  Greene  1847 

122  Fulton,  h.  102  Greene  1848-1849 

300  Broadway,  h.  102  Greene  1850-1851 

300  Broadway,  h.  B'klyn  1852 

Jollie,  Edw.,  musical  instruments 

300  Broadway,  h.  31st  n.  Av.  5  1853 

Jollie,  Edw.,  music 

300  Broadway,  h.  31st  n.  Ninth  av.  1854 

Jollie,  Edw.,  express 

519  Broadway,  h.  526  G'wich  1855 

Tollie,  Edw.,  musical  inst. 
157  Elm,  h.  101  Charlton  1856 

Jollie,  Edw.,  music 

140  Varick,  h.  101  Charlton  1857 

Jollie,  Edw.,  express 

h.  331  Tenth  av.  1858 

2  Harrison,  h.  331  Tenth  av.  1859-1863 

Jollie  &  Secor,  musical  instrument  makers 
17  Stanton  1829 

Jollie,    Allen    R.,    musical    instrument 
maker 

104  Bedford  1829 
221  Bleecker  1830-1831 
403  Broadway                                   1832-1833 

105  Elm,  h.  403  Broadway  1834 
105  Elm,  h.  201  Church                          1835 ' 

Jollie  &  Millet,  music  store 

385  Broadway  1835 

Jollie,  Allen  R-,  music 
385  Broadway,  h.  349  Broome  1836 

385  Broadway  1837 

385  Broadway,  h.  5  Dominick  1838-1840 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  musical  instruments 

401  Broadway  c.  Walker  1841-1842 

Jollie,  Allan  R.,  musical  instrument  maker 
66  Walker  1843 

66  Walker,  h.  459  G'wich  1844 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  musical  instrument  maker 
66  Walker,  h.  459  G'wich  1845 

66  Walker,  h.  86  Laight  1846 

169  Fulton,  h.  59  Vestry  1847 

122  Fulton,  h.  59  Vestry  1848-1849 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  instruments 

300  Broadway,  h.  8  Renwick  1850 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  mus.  inst.  mkr. 

300  Broadway,  h.  101  Charlton       '1851-1853 


1  "The  Washington  Greys  March,"  by  James  B.  Taylor, 
cop.  1835  James  B.  Taylor,  Allen  R.  Jollie,  403 
B'way. 


Jollie,  Allen  R.,  music 
300  Broadway,  h.  201  W.  30th  1854 

519  Broadway  1855 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  inst.  maker 

157  Elm,  h.  101  Charlton  1855 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  musical  inst. 

157  Elm,  h.  101  Charlton  1856 

h.  101  Charlton  1857-1858 

h.  55  Vandam  1859-1860 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  instruments 
h.  55  Vandam  1861 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  musical  instruments 
h.  10  King  1862-1866 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  musical  instruments  not  in  1867 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  ivory 

143  Grand,  h.  112  Charles  1868 

Jollie,  Allen  R.,  turner 

143  Grand,  h.  698  Washington  1869 

Jollie  &  Co.,  music  store 
385  Broadway,  h.  5  Dominick  1838 

385  Broadway,  h.  4  Dominick         1839-1840 

Jollie,  Samuel  C,  music  store 

385  Broadway  1841-1842 

Jollie,  Samuel  C,  music 

385  Broadway  1843 

385  Broadway,  h.  459  G'wich  1844-1845 

413  Broadway,  h.  186  Spring  1846 

Jollie,  Samuel  C,  pianos 
201  Broadway,  h.  40  Vestry  1847-1848 

300  Broadway,  h.  40  Vestry  1849 

Jollie,  Samuel  C,  music 

300  Broadway,  h.  254  Hudson  1850 

Jollie,  Samuel  C,  pianos 
300  Broadway,  h.  66  Varick  1851-1853 

Jollie,  Samuel  G,  music 

300  Broadway,  h.  Bergen  Point,  N.  J.    1854 
519  Broadway,  h.  Bergen  Point,  N.  J.       1855 

Jollie,  Samuel  C,  music  not  in  1856-1858 

Jollie,  Samuel  C,  manuf. 
h.  256  W.  28th  1859 

Jones,  Luther,  grocer 

Broome  c.  Arundel  1821-1822 

137  Allen  1823 

Jones,  Luther,  drum  maker 

137  Allen  1824-1825 

Jones,  Luther,  musical  instr.  maker 

137  Allen  1826 

104  Allen  1827 

6  Willet  1828-1831 

Jones,  Luther,  faucetmaker 
6  Willet  1832 

Jones,  Luther 
6  Willet  1833 

Jones  &  Gillespie,  musical  inst.  makers 

137  Allen  1826 

Jones  &  Gillespie,  musical  inst.  makers 

not  in  1827-1828 

Jones  &  Gillespie 
6  Willet  1829 


70 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Karr,  William  H.,  pianos 
h.  Third  av.  n.  E.  86th  1861 

Karr,  William  H.,  pianos  not  in  1862-1863 

135  Grand,  h.  Third  av.  n.  E.  86th  1864 

135  Grand  &  149  Baxter,  h.  1370  Third 

av.  1865 

149  Baxter,  h.  1370  Third  av.  1866 

644  B'way  &  149  Baxter,  h.  1370  Third 

av.  1867-1868 

646  B'way  &  149  Baxter,  h.  32  Jones        1869 
149  Baxter,  h.  32  Jones  1870 

255  Greene,  h.  32  Jones  1871-1875 

Kearsing  and  Sons,  J.,  pianoforte  manu- 
factory 
Bowery  1804 

Bowery  cor.  North  1805-1806 

279  Bowery  1807-1809 

Kearsing  &  Son,  pianoforte  manufactory 
279  Bowery  1810-1816 

Kearsing,  John,  pianoforte 

177  Broome  1818 

279  Bowery  1819 

Kearsing,  John,  pianoforte  manuf. 
279  Bowery  1820 

Kearsing,  John,  pianoforte  maker 
96  Chatham  1821-1822 

96  Chatham  &  3rd  Ave.  1823 

96  Chatham  1824 

50  Cortlandt  1825 

Herring  c.  Burton,  h.  Carmine  1826 

Herring  c.  Burton,  h.  140  Amity  1827 

Kearsing,  J.,  pianoforte  maker 

Herring'n.  Burton  &  Sixth,  n.  3d  Av.      1828 
293  Bowery  1829 

Kearsing,  John,  piano  forte  maker 
456  Broadway  1830-1831 

Kearsing,  John,  piano  forte  maker  not  in  1832 

Kearsing,    sen.,   John,    pianomaker 
2  Green,  h.  459  Greenw.  1833 

13  Mulberry,  h.  66  Carmine  1834 

107  Attorney  1835 

Kearsing,  Thomas 

Bowery,  n.  2  mile  stone  1811-1814 

Kearsing,  Thomas  not  in  1815 

Kearsing,  Thomas,  pianoforte  manuf. 
3d  Avenue  n.  Nicholas  Wm.  1817 

Kearsing,  Thomas,  pianoforte  manuf. 

not   in   1818 

Kearsing,  Thomas,  pianoforte  mak. 
3d  Avenue  1819 

Kearsing,  Thomas,  pianoforte  mak.  not  in  1820 

Kearsing,  Thomas,  pianoforte  maker 
3d   Avenue  1821 

Kearsing,  Thomas,  pianoforte  maker 

not  in  1822-1823 
3d  Ave.  1824 

Kearsing,  Thomas,  pianoforte  maker 

not  in  1825-1828 
Sixth  n.  Av.  3d  1829-1831 


Kearsing  &  sons,  Trios,  piano  m. 

175  B'way,  h.  Sixth,  n.  Av.  3d  1832 

259  B'way,  h.  Sixth  n.  Av.  3d         1833-1835 

Kearsing,  Wm.,  pianoforte  manuf. 
270  Bowery  1817 

279  Bowery  1818-1819 

King,  Mathew.    See  Part  I. 

King,  Peter,  musical  instrument  maker 

Bedford  n.  Arden  1824 

King  n.  M'Dougal  1825 

Bedford  n.  Burton  1826 

King,  Peter,  musical  instrument  maker 

not  in  1827 

King,  Peter,  cabinet  maker 

Eleventh  n.  3d  Av.  1828-1829 

16  Fifth  1830 

Knapp,  Joseph,  organ  builder 
413  Broadway  1819 

Elm  n.  Grand  1820 

Napp,  Joseph,  organ  builder 
126  Elm  1821 

Knapp,  James,  organ  builder 
115  Elm  -1822 

Napp,  Joseph,  organ  builder 

115  Elm  1822 

Kuypers,  Henry,  mus.  inst.  maker 
55  Nassau  1812-1813 

95  Beekman  1814 


Lamson,  Paul,  musical  instr.  maker 

208  Broadway  1816 

208  Broadway,  h.  59  Gold  1817 

208  Broadway,  h.  98  Reed  1818 

Lamson,  Paul,  musical  instr.  maker  not  in  1819 

Lamson,  Paul 

5  Frankfort  1820 

Lamson,  Paul,  mus.  inst.  maker 

5  Frankfort  1821 

76  Gold  1822 

17  Dutch  1823 

10  Bancker  1824 

Lamson,  Paul,  mus.  inst.  maker      not  in  1825 

15  Leonard  1826-1827 

North  n.  Clinton  1828 

Leaman,  Henry,  organbuilder 

rear  114  Orange  1835 

Lenden,  William,  pianomaker 

401  Broadway  1824 

Lesieur,  John  D.,  pianomaker 

Avenue  3d  n.  Twenty  sec.  1834 

Lewis,  Henry,  pianomaker 

73  Hamersley  1835 

Lick,  James,  piano  forte  maker 

198  Broadway  1821 

Lindeman,  William,  pianomaker 

48  William  1835 

Lloyd,  Joseph,  reed-maker 

29  Oak  1824-1831 

56y2  Bowery  1832-1833 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


71 


Lloyd,  Joseph,  rope  maker 

56y2  Bowery  1834 

Lloyd,  Joseph,  reedmaker 

194  Walker,  h.  56^  Bowery  1835 

Longhurst,  Thomas,  musical  instrument 
maker 

471  Pearl  1833-1835 

Loomis,  William  J.,  pianomaker 

387  Third  1831 

Loomis,  William  I.,  pianomaker 

22  Clarke  1832 

Loud,   Thomas,  pianoforte-maker 

102  Canal  1826-1827 

280  Broadway  1828 

453  Broadway  1829 

201  Mott  1830 

453  Broadway  1831 

Loud,  Thomas 

61  Vandam  1832 

Loud,  Harriet,  widow  of  Thomas 

228  Varick  1833 

Lucas,  John,  tuner 

134  Spring  1833-1834 

Lucas,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 

134  Spring  1835 


M'Collum,  ,  cabinet  mak. 

50  Harman  1826 

M'Collum,  ,  cabinet  mak.  not  in  1827 

M'Callum,  Thomas,  reed-maker 

110  Perry  1828 

M'Collum,  Thomas,  reed-maker 

rear  453  Hudson  1829 

M'Callum,  Thomas,  reed-maker 

rear  453  Hudson  1830 

Malley,  Francis.    See  Part  I. 
Malthaner,  John  C,  pianomaker 

rear  6  Willet  1834 

Martin,  C.  Frederick,  violin  &  guitar  mak. 

196  Hudson  1834-1835 

Martin  &  Schatz,  violin  makers 

196  Hudson  1835 

Mason,  Daniel  G.    See  Part  II. 
Mason  &  Hamlin,  manufacturers  of 
cabinet  organs,  warerooms 

596  Broadway  &  128  Mercer  1865 

Mason  &  Hamlin  (ad.  as  above) 

596  Broadway  &  128  Crosby  1866-1867 

The  Mason  and  Hamlin  Organ  Company 

596  Broadway  1868-1869 

Mason  &  Hamlin  Organ  Co. 

596  Broadway  1870-1872 

25  Union  sq.  1873-1875 

Mayell,  John,  hats 

169  Water,  h.  Brooklyn  1852-1853 

Mayell,  John,  music 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  20  Livingston,  Brook- 
lyn 1854-1855 


Mayell,  John,  music,  continued 
547  Broadway,  h.  Livingston,  Brook- 
lyn 1856-1857 
547  Broadway,  h.  95  W.  42nd        1858-1860 

Mayell,  John   A.,  pianos    (see  William 
A.  Pond  &  Co.,  1863)" 
547  Broadway,  h.  18  Lafayette  pi.    1861-1862 

Mayell,  John,  music 
547  Broadway,  h.  18  Lafayette  pi.  1863-1864 

Mayell,  John,  pianos 
B'way,  h.  18  Lafayette  pi.  1865 

Mayell,  John,  pianos  not  in  1866-1867 

Mayell,  John 
h.  18  Lafayette  pi.  1868-1870 

Mazzinghe,  Dominick 

11  Murray  1803-1804 

266  Greenwich  1805 

Mazzinghi,  Dominick,  piano-forte  store 
29  Maiden-L.  1806-1808 

292  Greenwich  1809-1813 

18  Hudson  1814 

Mazzinghi,  Dominick 
18  Hudson  1815-1816 

Medcalf,  Charles,  cabinetmaker 

Bowery-hill  1826 

Medcalf,  Charles,  pianomaker 
215  Mulberry  1827 

189  Mulberry  1828 

Medcalf,  Charles  E.,  pianomaker 

Sixth  n.  Av.  3  1829 

Medcalf,  Charles  E.,  pianomaker      not  in  1830 

Metcalf,  Charles,  pianomaker 
142  Elm  1831-1833 

77  Delancey  1834 

Metcalf,  Charles  E.,  pianomaker 

77  Delancey  1835 

Meeks,   Henry,   cabinetmak. 

Arden  n.  Bedford  1824 

Meeks,  Henry  S.,  musical  insts.  maker 
King  n.  McDougal  1825 

Bedford  n.  Commerce  1826 

390  Bowery  1827 

36  Amity  1828 

Meeks,  Henry  S.,  musical  insts.  maker 

not  in  1829 

Meeks,  Henry,  piano  maker 

Bowery  n.  Art  1830-1831 

Meeks,  Henry  S.,  piano  maker 
Bowery  n.  Art  1832 

767  Broadway  1833 

396  Bowery  1834 

Meeks,  Henry  S.,  weigher 
318  Bowery  c.  Bleecker  1835 

Mein,  Robert,  pianomaker 

109^  Canal  •     1830-1831 

Mein,  Robert,  pianomaker      not  in  1832-1833 
96  Varick  1834-1835 

Merrill,  James  F. 
72,  Henry  1821 


72 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Merrill,  James  F.,  cabinetmaker 
73  Henry  1822 

Arden  n.  Bedford  1823-1824 

Merrill,  James  F.,  musical  instrument 
maker 
King  n.  M'Dougal  1825 

Burrows  n.  Sixth  1826 

Merrill,  James  F.,  cabinetmaker 
123  Nassau  1827-1828 

40  N.  Moore  1829 

Merritt,  Daniel,  reedmaker 

152  Rivington  1831-1832 

Metcalf,  Charles  E.  See  Medcalf,  Charles 
Millet,  William  E.    See  Part  II. 
Mills,  James,  piano  maker 
23  Downing  1830 

55  Bedford  1831 

Mills,  James  B. 

27  Morton  1832-1835 

Mongani  &  Co.,  Theobold,  flute  manuf. 

73  Leonard  1835 

Monroe,  Peter,  pianomaker 

rear  135  Amity  1832-1833 

Montgomery,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 
355  Pearl    '  1800 

55  Cherry  1801 

64  Nassau  1802-1804 

255  Broadway  1805 

Montgomery,  John  C,  musical  inst.  mak. 
&  turner 
Elm  1806 

Montgomery,  widow  of  John  C. 

3  Ann  1807 

Morris,  Charles  A.,  pianos  (see  Stodart 
&  Morris) 
325  Broadway,  h.  319  Bridge,  Brooklyn 

1852-1853 
Morris,  Charles  A.,  pianos 
W.  35th  n.  Eighth  av.  &  Tenth  n.  Fifth 
av.  &  325  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn       1854 
Morris,  Charles  A.,  pianofortes 
501  Broadway,   15   Tenth  &   194  W. 
35th,  h.  Brooklyn  1855 

Morris,  Charles  A.,  pianos 
501  Broadway,  194  W.  35th  &  15  Tenth, 

h.  307  Bridge,  Brooklyn  1856 

501  Broadway,  &  194  W.  35th,  h.  307 

Bridge,  Brooklyn  1857-1858 

Morris,   C.  A.,  pianos 
501  Broadway,  &  194  W.  35th,  h.  346 

Bridge,  Brooklyn  1859 

Morris,  Charles  A.,  pianos 
506  Broadway,  &  322  W.  35th,  h.  346 

Bridge,  Brooklyn  1860-1862 

526  Broadway  &  Eighth  n.  W.  34th,  h. 

346  Bridge,  Brooklyn  1863 

524  Broadway,  &  322  W.  25th,  h.  346 

Bridge,  Brooklyn  1864 

684  Broadway  &  322  W.  35th,  h.  346 

Bridge,  Brooklyn  1865 


Morris,   Charles  A.,  "Stodart"  pianos 
684  Broadway,  h.  346  Bridge,  B'klyn      1866 

Morris,  Charles  A.,  pianos 
684  B'way,  h.  346  Bridge,  Brooklyn        1867 
684  B'way  &  322  W.  35th,  h.  346  Bridge, 

Brooklyn  1868 

684  B'way,  h.  346  Bridge,  Brooklyn         1869 

Mownihan,  Maurice 
107  Mott  1819 

Mownihan,  Maurice  not  in  1820 

Moynehan,  Maurice,  organ  builder 
69  Mott  1821 

53  Mott  1822 

57  Mott  1823 

Moynehan,  Maurice,  organ  builder 

not  in  1824-1827 

Monahan,  Maurice,  organ  builder 
57  Mott  1828 

103  Chrystie  1829 

Moyniham,  Maurice,  organ  builder 

145  Chrystie  1830 

159  Madison  -1831 

Munday,  E.,  pianoforte  maker 

17  Dominick  1820 

Mundy,  Edward  N.,  cab.  mak. 
Arden  n.  Herring  1821 

Mundy,  Edward  N.,  piano  maker 
74  Reed  1822 

Mundy,  Edward  N.,  piano  forte  maker 
74  Reed  1823 

93  Reed  1824 

154  Fulton,  h.  93  Reed  1825-1827 

641  Greenwich  1828-1829 

Mundy,  Edward  N.,  pianomaker 
641  Greenwich  1830-1831 

234  Bleecker,  h.  641  Greenwich     1832-1835 

Mundy  &  Pethick,  pianomakers 
234  Bleecker  1832-1835 

Munroe,  Thomas,  pianoforte  manuf. 
Art  c.  Bowery  1828 

Munroe,  Thaddeus,  pianoforte  manuf. 

Bowery  n.  Art  1829 

Munroe,  Thaddeus,  pianomaker 

Bowery  n.  Art  1830 

Munroe,  Thaddeus,  pianomaker         not  in  1831 
Bowery  n.  Art  1832-1833 

438  Bowery  n.  Art  1834 

Myer,  John,  piano  maker 
39  Jones  1827 

60  Forsyth  1828 


Nash,  Francis  H.    See  Part  I. 
Nash,  Isaac,  cabinet  maker 

Cornelia  n.  Herring  1826 

Nash,  Isaac,  cabinet  maker  not  in  1827 

Nash,  Isaac,  piano  forte  maker 

3d  Av.  c.  Eleventh  1828 

Nash,  Isaac,  piano  forte  maker      not  in  1829 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


73 


Nash,  Isaac,  carpenter 

647  Greenwich  1830 

66  Grove  1831 

Tenth  1832 

Nash,  Thomas,  pianomaker 

Bowery  c.  Tenth  1832 

Neilson,  John,  piano-forte  maker 

111  Fulton  1828 
Neilson,  Jason,  piano-forte  maker 

112  Amos,  h.  c.  Hudson  1829 
52  Cortlandt  1830 

Neilson,  Jason,  piano-forte  maker      not  in  1831 

Neilson,  Jason,  pianomaker 

453  Broadway  1832-1833 

127  Troy     "  1834 

289  Washington  1835 

Neilson,  Samuel,  musical-instrument  maker 

21  Barclay  1805 

71  Chamber  1806 

19  Barclay  1807-1815 

rear  15  Barclay  1816 

96  Chamber  1817 

Nelson,  Samuel,  musical-instrument  maker 

96  Chamber  1818 

94  Chamber  1819 

Neilson,  Samuel,  piano  forte  maker 

94  Chamber  1819-1823 

94  Chambers  1824-1825 

140  Chambers  1826-1827 

154  Chambers                              .  1828-1833 

Neilson,   Samuel,  pianomaker 

453  Broadway  1834-1835 

Newberry,  G.  I.,  patent  pianos 

132  Pearl  1818 

Newberry,  G.  I.,  music  store 

68  Maiden  Lane  1820 

Nunns,  Francis,  pianom. 

57  Orchard  1831 

Nunns,  John  F.,  pianom. 

57  Orchard  1832 

Nunns,  Robert  &  Wm,  piano  forte  mak. 

172  Chamber  1823 

172  Chambers  1824 

3rd  Avenue  1825-1828 

Av.  3d  c.  Twenty-sixth  1829 

137  Broadway  1830-1831 

Nunns,  Robert  &  Wm.,  pianomakers 

137  Broadway  1832 

Nunns,  Robert,  pianomaker 

137  Broadway,  h.  Av.  2d  c.  Third  1832 

137  B'way,  h.  Av.  2d  c.  Fourth  1833-1835 

Nunns,  Clark  &  Co.,  pianomakers 
137  Broadway                                 ,  1833-1834 
137  Broadway,    manufacturing   estab- 
lishment, Twenty  sixth  c.  A  v.  3  1835 

Nunns,  William,  piano-mak. 

h.  286  Washington  1830 

184  Chambers  1831 


O'Brien,   John,   pianomak. 

393  Pearl  1831 

445  Pearl  1832 

393  Pearl  1833 

Osborne,  John,  pianomaker 

406  Broome  1830 

Osborne,  John,  pianomaker  not  in  1831 

184  Chambers  c.   Greenwich  1832 

184  Chambers,  h.  364  Washington  1833 

184  Chambers  &  286  Broadway  1834 
201  Broadway,  h.  Fourteenth  n.  Av. 

6th  1835 

Overin,  John,  musical  instrument-m. 

Art  n.  Avenue  3d  1829 


Park,   Andrew,  reedmaker 
102  Barrow  1830 

Pattison,  John  N.  &  Co.    See  Part  I. 

Pease,  William,  piano-forte  ware-room, 
piano-forte  &  organ  singing  taught 
and  pianos  tuned 
333  Broadway  1836 

Pease,  William,  pianos 
329  Broadway,  h.  175  Rivington  1837 

333  Broadway,  h.  36  Walker  1838 

359  Broadway  1839 

Pease,  William,  pianos  not  in  1840 

Pease,  William,  prof,  music 
90  Fourth  1841 

Peek,  David,  cab.  maker 
36  Rhynders  n.  Broome  1821 

Peek  &  Burns,  organbuilders 
98  Leonard  1822 

Peek,  David,  cabinet  maker 
30  Rhynders  1823 

Vandam  n.   Varick  1824 

11  Leonard  1825 

30  Rynders  1826 

60  Rynders  1827 

Peek,  David  C,  piano  tuner 
6  Willet   c.   Grand  1828 

41  Delancey  1829 

55  Delancey  1830-32 

Peek,  David  C,  piano  turner 
55  Delancey  1833-1834 

Peek,  David  C,  piano  tuner 
55  Delancey  1835 

Peloubet,  Alex.,  musical  instrument  maker 
222  Greenwich  1812 

Peloubet,  Alex.,  musical  instrument  maker 

not  in  1813 

Peloubet,  Charvrier,  musical  instrument 

150  Walker  1829-1831 

204  Hester  1832-1833 

Peloubet,  Chabrier,  musical  instrument 

204  Hester  1834-1835 


74 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Peloubet,  Joseph,  musical  instrument 

maker 
190  William  1805 

Peloubet,  Joseph,  musical  instrument 

maker  not  in  1806 

Pemberton,  Jacob,  pianomaker 

142  Elm  1835 
Perkins,  Theodore,  prof. 

434  Broome,  h.  146  W.  16th  1863 

434  Broome  1864-1865 

Perkins,  Theodore    E.,  pianos 

420  Broome,  h.  115  W.  53  1866 

420  Broome,  h.  454  W.  24th  1867 

Perkins,  Theodore  E. 

76  E.  9th,  h.  454  W.  24th  1868 

Perkins,  Theodore  E.,  pianos,  music 
books  &  sheet  music 

76  E.  9th,  h.  454  W.  24th  1869 

Perkins,  Theodore  E.,  music 

76  E.  9th,  h.  454  W.  24th  1870 

143  Eighth,  h.  454  W.  24th  1871 
76  E.  9th,  h.  454  W.  24th  1872 
78  E.  9,  h.  454  W.  24th  1873-1874 
h.  454  W.  24th  1875 

Perkins  &  Co.,  music 

143  Eighth  1871 

Perrin,  David,  butcher 

282  Mulberry  1832 

Perrin,  David,  butcher  not  in  1833 

Perrin,   David,  pianomaker 

49  Norfolk  1834-1835^ 
Perry,  Richard,  piano  forte  maker 

42  Barclay  1809 

50  Harman  1810 
42  Barclay  1811 

Peterson,  Garret,  cabinetmaker 

155,  h.  203  Bowery  1827 

44  Catherine  1828 

Peterson,  Garret,  pianomaker 

Sixth  n.  Avenue  3d  1829 

Peterson,  Garret,  pianomaker  not  in  1830 

Peterson,  Garrat,  pianomaker 

299  Mulberry  1831 

Pethick,  John,  pianomaker 

234,  h.  253  Bleecker  1832-1835 

Phyfe,  Isaac  M.,  piano  forte  maker 

100  Chapel  1822 

Phyfe,  Isaac  M.,  piano  forte  maker 

not  in  1823-1828 

Phyfe,  Isaac,  piano  maker 

215  Mulberry  1829 

Phyfe,  Isaac  M.,  paper  hanger 

Tryon-row  c.  Chatham  1830 

Pirsson,   Alexander,   piano  forte  mak. 

26  Church  1822 

Pirsson,  Alexander,  piano  forte  mak. 

not  in  1823-1824 


Pirsson,  Alexander  T.,  teacher  pianoforte 
26  Church  1825 

Fifth  n.  6th  Ave.  1826 

585  Broome  1827-1828 

Pirsson,  Alexander,  music  teacher 
193  Hudson  1829 

329  Hudson  1830-1831 

Pirsson,  Alexander,  music  teacher    not  in  1832 

Pirsson,  Alexander  T.,  organist 

146  Wooster  1833-1835 

Pirsson,   James,    pianoforte   maker 
193^  Hudson  1829 

Pirsson,  James,  pianomaker 
Hudson  n.  Leroy  1830 

Pirsson  &  Co.,  James,  pianomaker 
214  B'way,  h.  286  William  1831 

Pirsson  &  Co.,  James,  pianomaker 

not  in  1832-1833 

Pirsson,  James,  piano  tuner 
116  MacDougal  1834 

132  Perry  1835 

Pleshin,  William,  cabinetmaker 
57  Bedford  1833 

Pleshin,  William,  pianomaker 
57  Bedford  .    1834-1835 

Plowman,  John,  pianomaker 
Third  n.  Avenue  2d  1834-1835 

Pond,  Sylvanus  B.    See  Part  II. 

Pond,  William  A.     See  Part  II. 

Poyner,  Joseph,  pianomaker 
Avenue  3d,  n.  Twenty-fourth  1834 

Provost,  Peter,  pianomaker 
7  York  1833 

15  Commerce  1834 

9  Commerce  1835 


Randell,  John,  pianomaker 

15  Commerce  1835 

Randle,  Adonijah,  pianomaker 

21  Cornelia  1832-1833 

Randel,  Adonijah,  pianomaker 

120  Barrow,  h.  10  Grove  1834-1835 

Randle,  Culver  &  Jesse,  pianomakers 

112,  h.  36  Amos  1828 

112  Amos  1829 

Randle,   Culver,  pianomaker 

112  Amos,  h.  429  Hudson  1830-1832 

82  Grove  1833 

Randel,  Culver,  pianomaker 

342  Bleecker,  h.  82  Grove  1834 

111,  h.  80  Amos  1835 

Raven,  Richard  M.,  piano  maker 

189  Mulberry  1832 

68  Sullivan  1833-1837 

240  Elizabeth  1838-1839 

Centre,  h.  240  Elizabeth  1840 

164  Centre,  h.  240  Elizabeth  1841-1842 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


75 


Raven,  Richard  M.,  pianos 

164  Centre,  h.  240  Elizabeth  1843 

164  Centre,  h.  140  Elizabeth  1844 
164  Centre  &  r.  392  Broadway,  h.  240 

Elizabeth  1845 

164  Centre,  h.  240  Elizabeth  1846-1847 

162  Centre,  h.  146  Mulberry  1848-1849 

Raven,  Richard,  pianofortemaker 

160  Centre,  h.  146  Mulberry  1850 

Raven,  Richard,  pianos 
162  Centre,  h.  146  Mulberry  1851-1853 
160  Centre,  h.  146  Mulberry  1854-1855 
135  Grand,  h.  146  Mulberry  1856 
135  Grand  &  149  Baxter,  h.  146  Mul- 
berry 1857-1858 
135  Grand,  &  Baxter,  n.  Grand,  h.  38 

W.  28th  1859 

135  Grand,  h.  38  W.  28th  1860-1866 

644  Broadway,  h.  38  W.  28th  1867 

644  Broadway,  h.  33  W.  28th  1868 

646  Broadway,  h.  46  W.  28th  1869 

149  Baxter,  h.  46  W.  28th  1870-1872 

Raven,  Mary,  wid.  Richard 

46  W.  28th  1873 

Raven,  Thomas,  cabinetmaker 

Bowery  n.  3d  Av.  1828 

222  Greene  1829 

113  Greene  1830-1831 
143  Mercer  1832 

114  Orange  1833-1842 
Raven,  Thomas,  organ  builder 

114  Orange  1843 

Raven,  Thomas,  organ  builder  not  in  1844 

Raven,  Thomas,  organs 

114  Orange  1845-1846 

122  Orange  1847-1849 

Raven,  Thomas,  pianofortemaker 

122  Orange  1850 

Raven,  Thomas,  pianos 

122  Orange  1851 

145  Mulberry  1852-1853 

160  Centre,  h.  145  Mulberry  1854-1855 

135  Grand,  h.  145  Mulberry  1856-1858 

Raven,  Thomas,  pianos  not  in  1859-1861 

135  Grand,  h.  125  Ludlow  1862 

Raven,  Thomas,  pianos  not  in  1863 

135  Grand,  h.  125  Ludlow  1864-1865 

h.  125   Ludlow  1866 

644  B'way,  &  149  Baxter,  h.  125 

Ludlow  1867-1868 

Raven,  Thomas,  ins. 

h.  125  Ludlow  1869 

Raven,  Thomas,  ins.  not  in  1870 

Raven,  Thomas,  pianos 

149  Baxter,  h.  46  W.  28th  1871 

149  Baxter,  h.  B'klyn  1872 

118  W.  14th,  h.  B'klyn  1873 

118  W.  14th,  h.  271  W.  11th  1874 
110  W.  14th  &  145  Baxter,  h.  271  W.  11   1875 


Raven,  Bacon  &  Co. 

135  Grand  1856 
135  Grand,  manufactory  149  Baxter        1857 

135  Grand  &  149  Baxter  1858 

Raven,  Bacon  &  Co.,  pianos 
office  &  wareroom,  135  Grand,  manu- 
factory 149  Baxter  1859 
135  Grand  1860 
135  Grand  &  147  Baxter  1861 

Raven  &  Bacon,  pianos 

135  Grand  &  149  Baxter  1862-1864 

135  Grand  &  151  Baxter  1865 

135  Grand  &  149  Baxter  1866 

646  B'way  &  149  Baxter  1867-1869 

149  &  151   Baxter  1870 

Raven  &  Co.,  pianos 

149  Baxter  1871-1872 

118  W.  14th  1873-1874 

110  W.  10th  &  145  Baxter  1875 

Redstone,    Thomas,    organ    builder 

Eldridge  c.  Delancey  1817 

16  Orchard  1818 

Hester  n.  Forsyth  1819-1820 

124  Pump  1821 

130  Elm  1822 

Redstone,  Thomas,  organ  bilder 

256  Grand  1823 

Redstone,  Thomas,  organ  builder 

256  Grand  1824-1827 

266  Bowery  1828 

167  Elizabeth  1829 
158  Hester  1830 
Grand  n.  Essex  1831 
35  Av.  D  1832 

Redstone,  Thomas,  organ  builder 

not  in  1833-1834 

97  Goerck  1835 

Redstone,  William,  organ  builder 

59  Hester  1810 

Grand  n.   Art  1811 

Grand  n.  Orchard  1812-1814 

168  Grand  1815-1817 
Redstone  and  Sons,  organ  builders 

168  Grand  1817 
Redstone,  Wm,  organ  builder 

168  Grand  1818-1819 

167  Bowery  1820 

168  Grand  1821-1822 
294  Grand  1823 

Richardson,  Thomas,  pianoforte  mak. 

Reason  n.  Herring  1826 
Rickers,  John  J. 

Jones  n.  Herring  1824 
Rickers,  John  I.,  music  st. 

187  Broadway,  h.  45  Grand  '  1825 
Rickers,  John  I.,  piano  and  music  st. 

187  Broadway  1826 
Rickers,  John  J.,  piano  and  music  st. 

187  Broadway,   h.    12   Howard  1827 


16 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Rickers,  John  J.,  piano  and  music  St.,  continued 
187  B'way,  h.  9  Mercer  1828 

7  John,  h.  21  Dey  1829 

Rickers,  John  J. 

170  Broadway,  h.  462  Pearl  1830 

99  Canal  1831-1833 

Riley,  Frederick.     See  Part  II. 

Riley,  F.  &  Co.    See  Part  II. 

Riley,  Henry,  musical  inst.  maker 
Renwick  n.  Canal  1826 

217  Broome  1827-1828 

3  Allen  1829 

66  Norfolk  1830 

64  Eldridge  1831 

117  Wooster  1832 

29  Chatham,  h.  117  Wooster  1833- 

117  Wooster  1834 

Riley,  Henry,  grocer 
158  Hudson  c.  Vestry  1835 

Riley,  Henry,  musical  instruments 
94  Laurens  1836 

Riley,  Henry,  musical  instruments      not  in  1837 

Riley,  Henry,  musical  insts. 

12  Bedford  1838 

10  Clarkson  1839 

12  Clarkson  1840 
29  Chatham,  h.  12  Clarkson            1841-1842 

Robb  &  Mundy,  music  store 

154  Fulton  1822-1824 

Robb  &  Mundy,  pianoforte  manufactory 

154  Fulton    "  1825-1827 

Robb  &  Mundy,  piano  forte  makers 

641  Greenwich  1828 

Robb,  Alickam,  piano  maker 

235  Henry  1829 

643  Greenwich  1830 

Robb,  Eliakim,  mahogany-yd. 

22  Canal,  h.  643  Greenwich  1831 

Robertson,  John,  piano  pin-mak. 

10  Rivington  1831 

Robertson,  John  C,  piano  pin-mak. 

10  Rivington  1832-1835 

Rogers,  George,  piano  maker 

287  Fourth  1835 

Rormberg,  William,  mus.  inst.  maker 

13  Thompson  1834 
Ronnberg,  William,  mus.  inst.  maker 

13  Thompson  1835 

Ross,  John,  piano  maker 

153  Duane  1833 

rear  51  Norfolk  1834 

94  Clinton  1835 

Ryder,   Langford  &  Co.,  pianoforte  makers 

15  Barclay  1818-1821 

Ryder  &  Co.,  Langford  T.,  pianoforte 
makers 

15  Barclay  1822 

Ryder,  Langford,  pianoforte  maker 

Varick  n.  Provost  1823 


Ryder,  &  Co.,  Langford  T.,  pianoforte 
makers 

15  Barclay,    h.    7   Varick  1823 

15,  h.  39  Barclay  1824 

Ryder,  Langford  T.,  piano  forte  maker 

15  Barclay  1825-1826 

Ryder  &  Tallman,  pianoforte  makers 

15  Barclay  1825-1827 

Sakmeister,  Charles  P.  H.,  piano-maker 

138  Amity  1829 

Sakmeister,  Charles  P.,  piano-maker 

51  Morton  1830-1831 

Thirteenth  n.  Av.  6th  1832 

Schaffer,    George 

438  Pearl  1804-1806 

Schaffer,   ,   musician 

270  Pearl  .  1807 

Schaff,  George,  marine 

91  Henry  1808 

Schaffer, ,  musician  not  in  1809-1810 

Schaffer,    George,   musical   instrument 
maker 

219  Greenwich  1811 

Schaffer,  F.  G.  &  W.,  musical  instrument 
maker 

219  Greenwich  1811 

Schirmer,  Charles,  pianos 

h.  145  Second  Av.  1860 

Schirmer,  Christopher,  piano  tuner 

h.  236  Fifth  1861 

Schirmer,  Christopher,  pianomaker 

h.  228  First  av.  1862 

Schons,  Bernard,  piano-forte-maker 

88  Chatham  1807 

267  Broadway  1808 

403  Greenwich  1809 

17  Chatham  1810 

Schroeder,  Luke,  mus.  inst.  maker 

54  Elizabeth  1833 

Schwachhofer,  Edward,  teacher 

51  Chapel  1824-1825 

Schwachhofer,  Edward,  music  store 

392  Broadway  1826-1828 

119  Grand  1829 

Schwachhofer,  Edward,  music  store  not  in  1830 
Schwachhofer,    Edward,    musical    instruments 

94  Greene  1831 

119  Spring  1832-1833 

Schwachhofer,  Edward,  accountant 

199  Spring  1834-1835 

Schwartzholtz,  I.  C,  piano  forte  maker 

450  Pearl  1797 

23  Chatham  1798 

Seabury,    Charles    S.,   pianofortemaker 
(see  Dubois  &  Seabury) 

13  Crosby  1843 

Selden,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 

25  Chapel  1796-1797 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


77 


Selden,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker  not  in  1798 

25  Chapel  1799-1801 

Selden,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker  not  in  1802-1806 
Selden,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

41  Chapel  1807-1814 

Seldon,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

41  Chapel  1815-1819 

Seldon,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

not   in  1820 

41  Chapel  1821 

Seldon,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

not  in  1822 

41  Chapel  •  1823-1824 

Selden,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

41  Chapel  1825-1832 

Senior,  William,  pianomaker 

186  William  1831 

Senior,  William,  pianomaker  not  in  1832 

Senior,  William,  accountant 

167  B'way,   h.    196   Church  1833-1834 

Shaff,  Thomas,  piano-maker 

Tenth  c.  Bowery  1829 

364  Fifth  1830 

Shaff,  Thomas,  piano-maker  not  in  1831 

Shaff,  Thomas,  manomaker 

189  Allen  1832 

207  Allen  1833 

438  Bowery  1834 

Shields,  Thomas,  pianoforte-maker 

92  Liberty  1827-1828 

125  Orange  1829-1830 
109  Chrystie  1831 

Shields,  Thomas,  pianomaker 
103  Chrystie  1832 

Sickels,  Jacob,  pianomaker 
114  Charles  c.  Hudson  1832 

Silleck,  Sands  &  George,  cabinet-m. 
Raisin  n.  Herring  1825 

Silleck,  Sands  &  George,  cabinet-m.    not  in  1826 

Sillick,  Sands  F.,  piano-maker 
63  Herring  1827 

Herring  1828 

641  Greenwich  1829 

Selleck,   Sands,  piano-maker 

126  Barrow  1830 
Sillick,  Sands  F.,  piano-maker 

Barrow  1830 

Selleck,  Sands,  piano-maker 

641  Greenwich  1831 

Selleck,  Sands,  piano-maker  not  in  1832 

Sillick,  George  W.,  pianomaker 

505  Houston  1834 

123  Barrow  1835 

Simonton,  John,  pianomaker 

85  Sullivan  1832 

Simonton,  John,  pianomaker  not  in  1833 

Simonton,  John,  cabinet  maker 

85  Sullivan  1834 

29  King  1835 


Slater,  Moses,  mus.  insts. 
538  B'way,  h.  148  E.  39th  1864 

Slater,  Moses,  music  (see  Gordon  & 
Slater) 
538  B'way,  h.  148  E.  39th  1865 

706  B'way,  h.  148  E.  39th  1866 

Slater,  Moses,  mus.  insts. 
706  B'way  &  41  Greene,  h.  222  E.  39th     1867 
706  B'way,  h.  222  E.  39th  1868 

221  Greene,  h.  222  E.  39th  1869-1870 

36  Cortlandt,  h.  222  E.  39th  1871-1872 

36  Cortlandt,  h.  222  E.  29th  1873 

36  Cortlandt,  h.  222  E.  39th  1874 

42  Cortlandt,  h.  222  E.  39th  1875 

Smith,   Albert,   turner 
Golden-hill  1787 

15  Golden  hill  1789-1790 

Smith,  Albert,  musical  inst.  maker  &  turner 
15  Golden  hill  1791-1793 

Smith,  Albert,  musical  inst.  maker  &  turner 

not  in  1794 

Smith,  Albertus,  turner  &  mus.  inst.  maker 
86  John  1795 

Smith,  Albert,  turner  &  mus.  inst.  maker 
86  John  1796-1797 

Smith,   Albert,   mus.   inst.  maker 
86  John  1798-1815 

Smith,  Albert 
86  John  1816-1817 

Smith,  Albert  not  in  1818 

Smith,  Albert,  turner 
86  John  1819 

Smith,  Albert  G,  pianomaker 
385  Broadway  1835 

Smith,  James  T.,  pianoforte  maker 
Eleventh  n.  3d  Av.  1828 

Smith,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 
39  Bowery  Lane  1792 

Liberty  1793 

Sneyder,  Joseph,  piano-maker 
Eighteenth  n.  Avenue  10th  1830 

Sneyder,  Joseph,  piano-maker  not  in  1831-1833 

Snyder,  Joseph,  piano-maker 
Twenty-second  n.  Avenue  3d  1834-1835 

Sprowll,  Robert,  joiner 

173  Church  1810 

Sprowll,    Robert,    cabinetmaker 
55  Anthony  1811-1812 

231  Church  1813-1814 

Sprawll,    Robert,    organbuilder 
9  Thomas  1815-1818 

Sproull,    Robert,    organbuilder 
173  Church  1819 

Sproull,    Robert,    organbuilder       not   in   1820 

Sproull,  Robert 
Vandam  n.  Hudson  1821-1822 

Reason  n.  Herring  1823 

Arden  n.  Herring  1824 

Sprowll,  Robert,  pianoforte  maker 
Herring  n.  Jones  1825-1826 


78 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


1827-1829 
1830-1831 

1832-1833 
1834 

1835 

1834 


1834 


Sprowll,  Robert,  piano-maker 
Bowery  n.  Tenth 
Bowery  n.  Ninth 
Sprowl,    Robert,   pianomaker 
Bowery  n.  Ninth 
443  Bowery 
Sprowll,  Robert,  pianomaker 

rear  140  Sullivan 
Staniford,  Daniel,  pianomaker 

Avenue  3d  n.  25th 
Stealy,    Jacob,    pianomaker 

Twenty  second  n.  Avenue  3 
Stevens,  John  R.,  musical  inst.  maker 

112  Chambers  1825 

148  Chambers  1826-1827 

271  Greenwich  1828-1829 . 

Stevens,  John  R.,  musical  inst.  maker 

not  in  1830 
73  Hudson  1831 

114  Warren  1832 

Stodart,  Adam,  lithographer 

1  Wall,  h.  114  Troy  1835 

Stodart,   Adam,   pianomaker 

375  Broadway,  h.  ,  Fourth  1836 

375  Broadway,  h.  76  Orchard  1837 

375  Broadway  1838 

361,  h.  461  Broadway  1839-1840 

361  Broadway,  h.  77  Avenue  3d      1841-1842 
Stodart,  Adam,  pianofortes 
361  Broadway,  h.  77  Avenue  3d      1843-1844 
87  E.    13th   &  361    Broadway,   h.   77 

Avenue  3d  1845 

Stodart,  Adam,  pianos 
87  E.   13th  &  361  Broadway,  h.  77 

Avenue  3d  1846-1847 

343  Broadway   &    111    Av.   4,   h.    Ill 

Av.  4  1848 

343  Broadway  &   15  &  21   Tenth,  h. 
Ill  Av.  4.  1849 

Stodart,  Adam  &  Co.,  pianofortes 
343  Broadway  &  19  Tenth,  h.  85  Mac- 
Dougal  1850 

Stodart,  Adam  &  Co.,  pianos 
343  Broadway,  15  and  21  Tenth  &  W. 

35th  n.  Av.  8,  bds.  Clarendon  hotel      1851 
325  Broadway,  15  &  21  Tenth  &  W. 
35th  n.  Av.  8,  h.  200  W.  14th       1852-1853 
Stodart,  Adam,  pianos 
325  Broadway,  15  &  21  Tenth  &  W. 
35th  b.  Eighth  &  Ninth  avs.,  h.  200 
W.  14th  1854 

15  Tenth,  W.  35th  bet.  Eighth  &  Ninth 

avs.  &  501  Broadway,  h.  200  W.  14th     1855 
501  Broadway  &  194  W.  35th,  h.  212 

W.  14th  1856-1859 

506  B'way  &  194  W.  35th,  h.  212  W. 

14th  1860 

506  B'way  &  322  W.  35th,  h.  212  W. 
14th  1861-1862 


Stodart,  Adam,  pianos,  continued 
526  B'way  &  322  W.  35th,  h.  212  W. 

14th  1863 

524  B'way  &  322  W.  35th,  h.  212  W. 

14th  1864 

Stodart,  Adam 

1  Irving  pi.  1865 

Stodart,  Adam,  pianos 
684  B'way  1866 

Stodart,  Adam 
h.  651  Lex.  av.  1867 

Stodart,  Adam,  pianos 
684  B'way,  h.  747  Lex.  av.  1868-1869 

Stodart,  Adam,  pianos  not  in  1870 

Stodart,  Adam 
h.  747  Lex.  av.  1871-1872 

Stodart,  Ellen,  wid.  Adam 
h.  747  Lex.  av.  1873-1874 

Stodart,  Marcia  L.  wid.  Adam 
h.  747  Lex.  av.  1875 

Stodart,   Worcester  &  Dunham,   pianos 
375  Broadway  1836-1838 

361  Broadway  1839-1844 

Stodart  &  Dunham,  pianos 
361  Broadway  &  87  E.  13th  1845-1847 

343  Broadway  1848 

Stodart,  A.  &  Co. 
501  Broadway  1855 

Stodart  &  Morris,  pianos 
501  Broadway  &  194  W.  35th  1856 

501  Broadway  &  194  W.  35th  &  200 

W.  34th  1857 

501  Broadway  &  194  W.  35th  1858-1859 

506  Broadway  &  194  W.  35th  1860 

506  Broadway  &  322  W.  35th         1861-1862 
526  Broadway  &  322  W.  35th  1863 

524  Broadway  &  322  W.  35th,  c. 

Spring  1864 

Stodart  &  Morris,  manufacturers  of  the 
"Stodart"  pianoforte 
684  B'way  &  322  W.  35th  1865 

Stodart  &  Morris,  manufacturers  of  the 
"Stodart"  pianoforte 
warerooms  684  B'way,  factory  W.  34 

&  35th  st.  near  Eighth  av.  1866-1867 

Stodart  &  Morris,  pianos 
684  B'way  1868 

684  B'way  &  479  First  av.  1869 

Stodart  &  Morris,  pianos         not  in  1870-1871 

Stodart  Piano  Fortes 
684  Broadway  1872 

no.  17  Union  sq.  1873-1875 

Stratton,  Eliphalet,  pianomaker 
234  Orange  1832 

117  Sullivan  1833 

Stratton,  Eliphalet,  cabinetmaker 
446,  h.  470  Broome  1834 

326  Bowery  1835 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


79 


Suydam,  Israel,  ploughmaker 

197  Grand 
Suydam,  Israel,  cabinet  maker 

104  Allen 
Suydam,  Israel,  piano  maker 

230  Broome 


1833 
1834 

1835 


Tallman,  John,  cabinet-maker 

15  Barclay  1825 

Tallman,  John,  pianoforte-maker 

15  Barclay  1826-1833 

Tallman,  John,  pianomaker 

15  Barclay  1834-1835 

Thomas.  Daniel,  cabinet  maker 

87  Warren  1816-1820 

Thomas,  Daniel,  piano  forte  maker 

15  Barclay,  h.  87  Warren  1821 

87  Warren  1822-1830 

Thomas,  Daniel,  pianomaker 

89  Warren  1831-1833 

87  Warren  1834-1835 
Thompson,  Jesse,  mus.  inst.  mak. 

108  Reed,  h.  77  Chapel  1827-1828 

Thompson,  Jesse,  grocer 

41  Macdougal  1829 

Thompson,  Jesse,  grocer  not  in  1830 

Thompson,  Jesse,  pianomaker 

409  B'way,  h.  221  Church  1831 

Thompson,  Zacharias,  pianomaker 

Avenue  3d  n.   24th  "      1834-1835 

Thurston,  Jasper,  pianomaker 

259  William  1829-1830 

120  Duane  1831 

88  Chrystie  '  1832 
259  William  1833-1834 
259  William,  h.  38  Wooster                     1835 

Thurston,  J.,  pianoforte  mak. 

Duane  c.  Chatham  1820 

Thurston,  Joshua,  pianoforte  mak. 

Chatham  c.  Duane  1821-1822 

48  Chatham,  h.  Duane  c.  William  1823 

10  Duane  1824-1825 

259  William  1826-1835 

Thurston,  Peter  K.,  pianoforte-maker 

56  Sullivan  1827 

Thurston,   Peter   R.,  pianoforte-maker 

56  Sullivan  1828 

Thurston,  Peter  R.,  pianomaker 

60  Sullivan  1829 

Thurston,  Peter  K.,  pianomaker 

60  Sullivan  1830 

Thurston,  Peter  K.,  cabinet-mak. 

152  Crosby,  h.  199  Laurens  1831 

620  Broadway  1832 

Torp  &  Love,  pianomakers 

465  Broadway  1836-1837 

Torp  &  Unger,  pianomakers 

229  Broadway  1838-1839 


Tremaine,  Charles  M.    See  Part  II. 
Tremaine,  C.  M.  &  Brother.    See  Part  II. 
Tremaine,  William  B.    See  Part  II. 
Turk,  A.,  turner  and  musical  instrument- 
maker 
24  Nassau  1787 

Turk,  Abraham,  turner  and  musical  in- 
strument-maker 
24  Nassau  1789 

Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner  and  musical  in- 
strument-maker 
24  Nassau  1790 

61  Maiden  Lane  and  house  corner  of 

Nassau  and  John  1791 

Turk,   Ahashuerus,   turner  and  musical 
instrument-maker 
61  Maiden  Lane  and  house  corner  of 

John  &  Nassau  1792 

Turk,  Ahashuerus,  turner  &  musical  in- 
strument maker 
corner  of  John  and  Nassau  1793 

Turk,  Ahashuerus,  jun.,  turner  &  musical 
instrument  maker 
61  Maiden  Lane  1793 

Turk,    Ahashuerus,   musical    instrument 
maker 
35  Nassau  1794 

Turk,  Ahasuerus,  jun.,  musical  instru- 
ment maker 
49  Broad  1794 

Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner  and  musical  in- 
strument maker 

35  Nassau  1795 
Turk,  Ahasuerus,  ivory  turner 

36  Corner  of  Nassau  &  John  1796 
Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner  and  musical  in- 
strument maker 

35  Nassau  1797 

Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner,  etc. 
35  Nassau  1798-1805 

Turk,  widow  of  Ahasuerus 
35  Nassau  1806 

Turner,  Richard,  pianoforte  maker 

Bedford  n.  Burton  1826 

57  Bedford  1827 

Twenty-eight  n.  3d  Av.  1828-1829 

Turner,  Richard,  pianoforte  maker   not  in  1830 

Turner,  Richard,  piano  maker 
142  Elm  1831-1833 

66  Sullivan  1834-1835 

Twombly,  Israel,  reed  manuf. 

Greene  c.  Grand  1829-1830 

7  Cornelia  1831 

Wombly,  Israel,  reed  manuf. 
7  Cornelia  1832 

Wombly,  Israel,  reed  manuf.  not  in  1833 

Twombly,  Israel,  clothier 

193  Washington,  h.  7  Cornelia  1834 


80 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Unger,  Ferdinand.    See  Part  I. 
Utt,  Peter,  mus.  inst.  maker 


Greenwich  Rd 

1795 

-1796 

76  Barclay 

1797 

Chamber 

1798 

90  Chamber 

1799 

Utt,  Peter,  mus.  inst.  maker    not 

in  1800-1806 

Utt,  Peter,  shipmaster 

49  N.  Moore 

1807 

Utt,  Peter  N.,  shipmaster 

47  N.  Moore 

1808 

Utt,  Peter  N.,  tavern 

18  First 

1809 

Utt,  Peter,  porterhouse 

20  James 

1810 

Utt,  Peter  N. 

245  Water 

1811 

Utt,  Peter  N.,  teacher  of  musick 

506  Pearl 

1812 

Utt,  Peter  N.,  teacher  of  musick 

not 

in  1813-1817 

Utt,  Peter  N.,  coffeehouse 

Washington  market 

1818-18, 

Utt,  Peter  N. 

Chapel  n.  Robinson 

1821 

171  Duane 

1822 

Utt,  Peter  N.                             not 

in  1823 

-1826 

Utt,  Peter  N.,  teacher  music 

19  Warren 

1827 

-1828 

Vallate  &  Co.,  musical  instrument  makers 

135  William 

1816-1817 

Vallote,  L.,  musical  instrument  makers 

135  William 

1818 

Vallote  and  Lett,  musical  instrument 

makers 

135  William 

1819 

Vallote,  Lette  &  Co.,  musical  instrument 

makers 

135  William 

1820 

Vanderbeck,  Abraham,  pianoforte 

m. 

48  Grand 

1828 

115  Orange 

1829 

Vanderbeck,  John,  mus.  inst.  mak. 

166  Essex 

1832 

Vanderbeck,  John  V.,  mus.  inst.  mak. 

126  First 

1833 

Vanderbeck,  John  V. 

282  Second,  h.  400  Third 

1834 

282  Second 

1835 

Vanderbeck,  John  V. 

not  in 

1836 

Vanderbeck,  John,  mus.  insts. 

284  Second 

1837 

113^2  Rivington 

1838 

113^4  Stanton 

1839-1* 

Vanderbeck,  John,  mus.  insts. 

not  in 

■  1842 

Vanderbeck,  John,  manf.  musical  instru's. 

113K  Stanton 

1843- 

-1844 

Vanderbeck,  jr.  James,  mus.  inst.  m. 

1  Centre,  h.  75  North  1833 

273J^  Houston  1834 

189  Mott  1835 

193  Mott  1836 

Vanderbeck,  jr.  James,  mus.  inst.  m. 

not  in  1837-1842 

Vanderbeck,  John,  mus.  inst's  r. 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  117  Stanton  1843 

1  Franklin  sq.,  h.  162  Essex  1844 

Vanderbeek,  Alfred  H.,  music  and  piano- 
forte ware  rooms 
143  Broadway,  h.  145  E.  13th  1853 

Vanderbeck,  William 
385  Broadway  1840 

Vanderbeck,  William  not  in  1841-1842 

Vanderbeek,  William 

158  Franklin  1843 

Vanderbeek,  William  not  in  1844 

Vanderbeek,  William,  music 
201  Broadway  1845 

385  Broadway,  h.  317  G.wich  1846 

Vanderbeek,  William,  music  not  in  1847 

Vanderbeek,  William,  agent 
479  Broadway,  h.  51  N.  Moore  1848 

Vanderbeek,  William,  music  and  piano- 
forte ware  rooms 
479  B'way,  h.  51  N.  Moore  1849 

Vanderbeek,  William,  music 
479  Broadway  1850 

Vanderbeek,  William,  music  and  piano- 
forte ware  rooms 
479  B'way,  h.  44  North  Moore  1851 

479  Broadway,  h.  145  E.  13th  1852 

843  Broadway,  h.  145  E.  13th  1853 

Vanderbeek  &  Son,  music  and  pianoforte 
ware  rooms  1 
843  Broadway  1853 

Vanderbeek,  William,  music 
831  Broadway,  h.  119  E.  13th  1854 

831  Broadway,  h.  38  W.  21st  1855 

Vanderbeek,  William 

831  Broadway,  h.  38  W.  21st  1856 

140  Pearl,  h.  831  B'way  1857 


Wagstaff,  Thomas,  organbuilder 

99  Reade 
Wale,  jr.,  John,  organbuilder 

569  Greenwich 
Wale,  jr.,  John,  cabinet  maker 

569  Greenwich 
Wale,  William,  cabinetmaker 

83  Murray 

Wale,  William,  cabinetmaker   not  in  1815-1816 
Wale,  William,  musical  instrumentmaker 

83  Murray  1817-1826 


1  Classified    Directory    of    1853    spells    it    Vanderbeck 
and  adds  57  E.  13th  to  843  Broadway  address. 


1833-1835 


1828 


1829-1830 


1813-1814 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


1 


Wale,  William,  pianoforte-maker 
569  Greenwich  1827-1830 

Wale,  William,  pianomaker 
Hudson  n.   Canal  1831 

569  Greenwich  1832-1835 

Wale,  William  H.,  piano  maker 
88  King  1830 

Hudson  n.  Canal  1831 

Wale,  William  H,  jr.,  carpenter 
29  Rose  1832 

469  Washington  1833 

Walker,  Daniel,  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1829-1831 

Walker,  Daniel  &  John,  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1832-1835 

Walker,  Daniel,  music  store 
23  Maiden-lane  1836-1842 

Walker,  Daniel,  pianos 
23  Maiden-lane,  h.  27  Cortlandt  1843 

19  Maiden-lane,  h.  38  W.  14th  1844 

44  W.  Fourteenth  &  411  Broadway,  h. 

27  Cortlandt  1845-1846 

411  Broadway,  h.  83  Twelfth  1847 

413  Broadway,  h.  268  Washington, 

B'klyn  1848 

413  Broadway  &  325  Bowery,  h.  325 

Bowery  1849 

Walker,  Daniel,  pianofortes 
413  Broadway,  h.  304  Mulberry,  Wes- 
ley pi.  1850 

Walker,  Daniel,  pianos 
413  Broadway,  h.  304  Mulberry  1851 

413  B'way,  h.  37  E.  28th  1852 

535  B'way,  h.  304  Mulberry  1853 

Walker,  Daniel,  pianofortes 
535  B'way,   h.   304   Mulberry  1854 

Walker,  Daniel,  pianos 
6  Astor  pi.  &  136  Eighth,  h.  304  Mul- 
berry 1855-1856 
6  Astor  pi.,  h.  304  Mulberry  1857 
1  Clinton  Hall,  &  6  Astor  pi.,  h.  304 

Mulberry  1858 

6  Astor   pi.,   h.   304   Mulberry  1859 

Walker,  Daniel,  treas. 
769  B'way  1860 

Walker,  Daniel,  pianos 
Clinton  Hall,  h.  S.  I.  1861 

1  Clinton  Hall,  h.  108  Bleecker  1862 

1  Clinton  Hall,  h.  S.  I.  1863-1864 

1  Clinton  Hall,  h.  2  Nelson  pi.  1865 

1  Clinton  Hall,  h.  N.  J.  1866 

1  Clinton  Hall,  h.  62  Seventh  1867 

47  E.  12th,  h.  120  E.  30th  1868-1869 

h.  120  E.  30th  r  1870 

Walker,  John,  pianomaker 
38  W.  Fourteenth  1841-1842 

411  B'way  &  38  Fourteenth  1843-1844 

411  B'way  1845 

Walker,  John,  pianomaker  not  in  1846 


Walker,  John,  pianos 

411  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn  1847 

413  Broadway  1848 

413  Broadway   &  325   Bowery  1849 

Walker,  John,  pianofortes 

413  B'way,  h.  13  Murray  1850 

Walker,  John,  pianofortes  not  in  1851 

Walker,  John,  pianos 

413  B'way  1852 

Walker,  John,  pianos  not  in  1853 

Walker,  John,  pianofortes 

535  B'way  1854 

Walker,  John,  pianos 
6  Astor  pi.  &  136  Eighth,  h.  Brook- 
lyn 1855 
6  Astor  pi.  &  136  Eighth,  h.  304  Mul- 
berry 1856 
6  Astor  pi.,  h.  304  Mulberry  1857-1859 

Walker,  John,  pianos                 not  in  1860-1861 

1  Clinton  Hall  1862 

1  Clinton  Hall,  h.  141  Ninth  1863-1864 

1  Clinton  Hall,  h.  2  Nelson  pi.  1865 

I  Clinton  Hall,  h.  Eng.  1866 

1  Clinton  Hall  1867 
47  E.  12th,  h.  17  University  pi.      1868-1870 

47  E.  12th,  45  W.  11th  1871 

h.  University  pi.  1872 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianos 

411  Broadway,  &  44  W.  14th  1845 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianos  not  in  1846 

411  Broadway  1847 

413  Broadway  1848 

413  Broadway  &  325  Bowery  1849 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianofortes 

413  Broadway  1850 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianos 

413  Broadway  1851-1852 

535  Broadway  1853 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianofortes 

535  Broadway  1854 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianos 

6  Astor  pi.  &  136  Eighth  1855-1856 

6  Astor  pi.  1857 

1  Clinton  Hall  1858 

1  Clinton  Hall  &  6  Astor  pi.  1859 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianofortes 

6  Astor  pi.  &  136  Eighth  1860 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianos 

Clinton  Hall  1861 

1  Clinton  Hall  1862-1864 
1  Clinton  Hall  (Astor  pi.  &  Eighth)       1865 

1  Clinton  Hall  1866 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianoforte  warerooms 

1  Clinton  Hall  1867 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianos 

47  E.  12th  1868-1870 

Walker,  J.  &  D.,  pianos  not  in  1871 

Walker  Brothers,  pianos 

47  E.  12th  1872-1875 


82 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Walker,  Joseph,  piano  forte  maker 

19  Barclay  1810 

Warner,  William,  piano-forte  mak. 

Grand  n.  Broadway  1819 

Warner  and  Hyde,  piano-forte  mak. 

Grand  n.  Broadway  1819 

Warner,  William,  piano-forte  mak. 

17  Dominick  1820 
489  Greenwich  1821-1826 
427  Washington                                1827-1828 

18  Renwick  1829 
Warner,  William,  piano  maker 

18  Renwick  1830 

477  Greenwich  1831-1832 

Warner,  Sarah,  widow  of  Wm.,  piano  maker 
473  Greenwich  1833- 

Warriner,  Charles  D.,  pianos 
26  Wooster,  h.  B'klyn  1857-1859 

Warriner,  Charles  D.,  pianos  not  in  1860 

Warriner,  Charles  F.,  pianos 
467  Broome,  h.  B'klyn  1861 

Warriner,  Charles  F.,  pianos 
467  Broome,  h.  E.  52nd  n.  Fourth  av.      1862 
h.  E.  52d  n.  Fourth  av.  1863 

Warriner,  Daniel  C,  bookkeeper 
43  Grand  1848 

Warriner,  Daniel  C,  pianos 
315  Broadway,  h.  43   Grand  1849 

315  Broadway,  h.  167  Av.  10  1850 

300  Broadway,  h.  167  Av.  10  1851 

300  Broadway,  h.  47  Grand  1852_ 

Warriner,  Daniel  C,  pianos  not  in  1853 

505  Broadway,  h.  47  Grand  1854 

505  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn  1855 

Warriner,  David  C,  acct. 

505  Broadway,  h.  Brooklyn  1856 

Warriner,  David  C,  acct.  not  in  1857 

Warriner,  Daniel  C. 
467  Broome,  h.  90  Ffoyt,  B'klyn  1858 

Warriner,  Daniel  C,  broker 
33  Pine,  h.  309  Sackett,  B'klyn  1859 

Warriner,  Daniel  C,  sec. 

467  Broome,  &  24  Wooster,  h.  B'klyn       1860 

Warriner,  Daniel  C,  pianos 
467  Broome,  h.  B'klyn  1861 

467  Brome,  h.  E.  52d  n.  Fourth  av.       1862 

Warriner,  Daniel  C,  iron 
h.  E.  52d  n.  Fourth  av.  1863 

Waters,  Charles,  cabinet  maker 
37  Sullivan  1832 

Waters,  Charles,  cabinet  maker         not  in  1833 

Waters,  Charles,  pianomaker 
234  Grand  1834 

101  Allen  1835 

Waters,  Horace,  pianos 
447  Broadway  1850 

447  &  333  Broadway,  h.  57  High, 

Brooklyn  1851 

333  Broadway,  h.  231  Tenth  1852 


Waters,  Horace,  pianos,  continued 
333  Broadway,  h.  10  Harrison,  Brook- 
lyn *  1853 
333  Broadway,  h.   10  Harrison  1854 
Waters,  Horace,  pianos,  music,  melodeons 
&  musical  instruments 
333  Broadway,  h.  10  Harrison,  B'klyn      1855 
Waters,  Horace,  agent,  pianos,  melodeons, 
harmoniums,  music  &  musical  instru- 
ments 
333  Broadway,  h.  10  Harrison,  Brook- 
lyn 1856 
Waters,  Horace,  music  store,  agents  for 
Gilbert's  &  Chickering's  pianos  and 
melodeons 
333  Broadway,  h.  10  Harrison,  B'klyn     1857 
Waters,  Horace,  agt.  pianos,  melodeons 
&  music 
333  B'way,  h.  10  Harrison  B'klyn  1858 
Waters,  Horace,  music 

333  B'way,  h.  10  Harrison,  B'klyn  1859 

Waters,   Horace,  pianos 

333  B'way  1860 

Waters,  Horace,  agent,  pianos,  melodeons 
&  music 
481  B'way,  h.  B'klyn  1861 

Waters,    Horace,    pianos,    melodeons    & 
music 
481  B'way,  h.  10  Harrison,  B'klyn         1862 
Waters,  Horace,  pianos 

481  B'way,  h.  10  Harrison,  B'klyn  1863-1864 
Waters,   Horace,  pianos,  melodeons  & 
music 
481  B'way  &  48  Mercer,  h.  10  Har- 
rison, B'klyn  1865 
Waters,  Horace,  music 

481  B'way,   h.    10   Harrison,   B'klyn       1866 
Waters,  Horace,  &  Co.,  pianos 
481  B'way,  h.  98  Pierrepont,  B'klyn        1867 
481  Broadway,  &  48  Mercer,  h.  98  Pier- 

pont,  B'klyn  1868 

Waters,  Horace,  pianos 
481  Broadway  &  48  Mercer,  h.  98  Pierre- 
pont, B'klyn  1869-1870 
Waters,  Horace,  melodeons 

481  Broadway  1871 

Waters,  Horace,  organs 

481  B'way  1871 

Waters,  Horace,  pianos 

481  B'way,  h.  126  Pierrepont,  B'klyn      1871 
Waters,  Horace,  pianos  melodeons,  organs, 
sheetmusic  &  music  books 
481  B'way  &  48  Mercer,  h.  126  Pierre- 
pont, B'klyn  1872 

1  Ad.  says,  "Mr.  Waters  has  also  purchased  the  entire 
stock  of  music  Plates  and  copyrights  of  James  M. 
Jacques,  C.  G.  Christman,  T.  H.  Doughty,  Cummings 
and  others"  etc. 


INSTRUMENT  MAKERS  AND  DEALERS 


83 


Waters,  Horace,  pianos 
481  B'way,  h.  126  Pierrepont,  B'klyn 

1873-1875 
Waters,  Horace  &  Son,  pianos,  melodeons, 
organs,  sheetmusic  &  music  books 
481  B'way  &  48  Mercer  1873 

Waters,  Horace  &  Son,  pianos,  organs, 
sheetmusic  &  music  books 
481  B'way  &  48  Mercer  1874 

481  B'way  &  54  Mercer  1875 

Waters,  Horace,  jr.,  pianos 
481  B'way,  h.  126  Pierrepont,  B'klyn 

1873-1875 
Waters  &  Berry,  pianos 

447  and  333  Br'way  1851 

Watts,  Charles,  cabinet  and  mus.  inst. 
maker 
29  Broad  1789 

Watts,  Charles,  cabinet  and  mus.  inst. 

maker  not  in  1790-1796 

Watts,  Charles,  musician 

116  Flymarket  1797 

Watts,  Charles 

116  Flymarket  1798 

Wentworth,  Richard  H.,  piano-maker 

115  Sullivan  1831 

124  Walker  1832 

46  Crosby  1833-1835 

Western,  Thomas,  patent  pianoforte  maker 

13  Wall  1794 

14  Wall  1795 
Western,  Thomas,  patent  pianoforte  maker 

not  in  1796 
Western,  Thomas,  patent  piano-forte  maker 

64  Maiden   L.  1797 

Western,  Thomas,  piano-forte  maker 

64  Maiden  L.  1798-1799 

Western,  Thomas,  dry  good  store 

60  Chatham  1800 

Western,  Thomas 

55  Maiden-lane  1801 

Western,  Thomas,  livery  stabler 

55  Maiden  L.  1802-1803 

Western,  Thomas 

55  Maiden  Lane  1804 

Western,  Thomas  not  in  1805-1807 

95  Maiden-lane  1808 

53  Maiden-lane  1809-1812 

Western,  Thomas  not  in  1813 

Western  &  Son,  Thomas,  organ  &  piano 
makers 

15  Warren  1814 
Western  &   Son,   Thomas,  pianoforte 

mukprs 

104  Water  1815-1818 

Western,  Thomas 

104  Water  1819 

Westfield,  John,  pianomaker 

11  Thompson  1832 


Whaites,  Arch,  mus.  inst.  maker 
89  Queen  1793 

Whaites,  Archibald,  mus.  inst.  maker 
382  Pearl  1794 

Wine  St.  Bowery         -  1795 

Winne  St.   Bowery  1796 

19  Barclay  1797 

Whaites  &  Chartres,  piano-forte  makers 

19  Barclay  1797-1804 

Whaites,  Archibald,  mus.  inst.  maker 

Winne  1799-1801 

Whaites, ,  piano-forte  maker 

19  Barclay  1805-1806 

Whaites,  Archibald,  piano-forte  maker 

19  Barclay,  h.  262  Bowery  1807 

Whaites,  Arch.,  piano-forte  maker 
262  Bowery  1808-1809 

Mottn.  Spring  1810-1811 

Whaites,  Arch.,  piano-forte 
262  Bowery  1812-1815 

Whaites,  widow  of  Arch.,  piano-forte 
262  Bowery  1816 

Wheeler,  Lewis,  piano-maker 
31  Second  1829-1830 

Wheeler,  Lewis  B.,  piano-maker 
31  Second  1831-1832 

201  Broadway  1833 

201  Broadway,  h.  31  Av.  2d  1834 

35  Second  1835 

White,  John,  piano  maker 
92  Mott  1827 

Whiting,  Luther,  piano-forte  maker 

123  Elm  1823 

133  Elm  1824 

199  Mulberry  1825 

192  Mulberry  1826-1828 

195,  h.  192  Mulberry  1829 

234  North  1830 

Whiting,  Luther,  pianomaker 

Bowery   c.    Ninth  1831 

Ninth  n.  Broadway  1832-1833 

Wilkie,  Francis,  piano  maker 
215  Mulberry  1827 

Wilkie,  Francis,  pianoforte  maker 
73  Amos  1828-1829 

Wilkie,  Francis,  pianomaker 
95  Thompson  1830 

Willison,  John,  pianoforte  maker 
244  Duane  1825 

Willison,  John,  pianoforte  maker       not  in  1826 

Willison,  John,  pianoforte  manuf. 
244  Duane  1827 

276  Pearl,  h.  22  Cherry  1828 

Wombly,  Israel.   See  Twombly. 

Wood,  George,  carpenter 

151  Spring  1830 

Wood,  George,  piano  maker 
22  Fifth  1831-1832 

Wood,  George,  piano  maker  not  in  1833 


84 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Wood,  George,  pianomaker 
Fourteenth  n.  Avenue  6th  1834 

Wood,  Robert,  pianomaker 

199  Hester  1834 

rear  112  Orange  1835 

Worcester,   Henry,   piano  manufacturer 
137  E.  14th  1853 

Worcester,   Henry,  piano  manufacturer 

not  in  1854-1865 

Worcester,  H'y  E.,  pianos 

Third  av.,  h.  39  Irving  pi.  1866 

Worcester,  Henry  E.,  pianos 

117  Third  av.,  h.  39  Irving  pi.  1867 

Worcester,  Henry  E.,  pianomkr. 
h.  39  Irving  pi.  1868 

Worcester,  Henry  E. 
h.  39  Irving  pi.  1869-1872 

Worcester,  Henry  E.,  pianos 
h.   161   E.  23d  1873 

127  Third  av.,  h.  161  E.  23d  1874-1875 

Worcester,  Horatio,  pianomaker 
8  Warren  1834 

Sixth  n.  Avenue  2d  1835-1837 

375  Broadway,  h.  Sixth  n.  Avenue  2d      1838 
361  B'way,  h.  7teenth,  n.  Av.  3d  1839 

361  B'way,  h.  17th  n.  Av.  3d  1840-1841 

361  B'way,  h.  Irving-place  1842 

Worcester,  Horatio,  pianos 
361  B'way,  h.  39  Irving  place        1843-1844 


Worcester,   Horatio,   piano  manuf. 

139  Av.  3,  h.  39  Irving  place  1845-1846 

137  Av.  3,  h.  39  Irving  place  1847 

Worcester,  Horatio,  pianoforte  manu- 
facturer 

137  Av.  3,  h.  39  Irving  place,  1848 

Worcester,  Horatio,  pianofortes 

137  Av.  3,  h.  39  Irving  place  1849 

Worcester,   Horatio,  pianoforte  manu- 
factory &  salesroom 

E.  14th  c.  Av.  3,  h.  39  Irving  pi.  1850 

Worcester,  Horatio,  pianofortes 

E.  14th,  c.  Av.  3,  h.  39  Irving  pi.      1851-1854 
Worcester,  Horatio,  pianos 

137  Third  av.,  h.  39  Irving  pi.  1855 

117  Third  av.,  h.  39  Irving  pi.       1856-1868 
Worcester,  Horatio 

h.  39  Irving  pi.  1869-1872 

Wright,  William.    See  Part  I. 
Wundermann,  Philip  A.     See  Part  II. 

Young,  John,  piano  maker 
326  Bowery  1832 

Zwahlen,  Lewis,  mus.  inst.  mak. 
250  William  1831 

15  Rose  1832-1833 

43  Ann,  h.  24  James  1834 

Zwahlen,  Lewis,  surgical  pumpmaker 
43  Ann,  h.  24  James  1835 


PART   IV 

Dancers  and  Dancing  Teachers 


Achille,  S.,  dancer 

84  Walker  1829 

Achille,  S.,  dancer  not  in  1830 

84  Walker  1831-1832 

Bacheliers,  Mrs.,  drawing  academy 

74  Reed  1819 

Bacheliers,  Mrs.,  drawing  academy  not  in  1820 
Bacheliers,  Mrs.,  dancing  academy 

74  Reed  1821 
Reed  c.  Broadway  1822 

Berault,  Lamiche,  dancing  master 
52  Reed  1800 

Berault,  Lamiche,  dancing  master 

not  in  1801-1802 

Berault,  Charles 
52  Reed  1803-1804 

48  Reed  1805 

Berault,  Charles,  dancing  master 
14  Vandewater  1806 

14  or  16  Vandewater  1807 

Berault,  Charles,  dancing  master 

not  in  1808-1811 
10  Jay  1812 

Berault,  Charles,  dancing  master      not  in  1813 

Berault,  Charles 
300  Greenwich  1814-1816 

31  Cortlandt  1817-1818 

Berault,  Charles  not  in  1819-1821 

Berault,  Charles,  teacher  of  dancing 
146  Fulton  1822 

Berault,  Charles,  teacher  of  dancing  not  in  1823 

Berault,  Charles,  professor  of  dancing 

144  Fulton  1824-1827 

152  Fulton  1828-1830 

105  Hudson  1831 

Houston  c.  Mulberry  1832 

Berault,  Charles,  professor  of  dancing 

not  in  1833-1834 
Mulberry  near  Bleecker  1835 

Bossieux,  John,  dancing  school 

Broadway  c.  Reed,  h.  127  Spring  1826 

Broadway  c.  Reed,  h.  53  Crosby  1827 

Bossieux,  John 
6th  Ave.  c.  Sixth  1828 

Charreaud,  John,  dancing  master 
54  Maiden-lane  1812 

Charreaud,  John,  dancing  master 

not  in  1813-1814 

Charruaud,  John,  dancing  master 
Broadway  c.  Cedar  1815 

Charruaud,  John,  dancing  master 

not  in  1816-1818 

Charruaud,  John,  professor  of  dancing 
47  Murray  1819 

75  Warren  1820 
Charraud,  John,  professor  of  dancing 

75  Warren  1821 


Charruaud,  John,  professor  of  dancing 
24  White  1822-1823 

Charuaud,  John,  professor  of  dancing 
24  White  1824-1826 

20  White  1827 

Charruaud,  John,  dancing  master 
20  White  1828 

24  White  1829-1830 

20  White  1831-1832 

24  White  1833 

20  White  1834 

24  White  1835 

Conway, ,  dancing  master 

22  Duane  1826 

Conway,  E.  H.,  dancing  master 
22  Duane,  c.  Chatham  1827 

169  Mott  1828 

Conway,  Edmund  H.,  dancing  master 
169  Mott  1829-1830 

404  Broadway  1831-1834 

406  Broadway  1835 

Coulon,  George  M.,  teacher  dancing,  etc. 
169  Mott  1827 

Degrandvil,  George,  teacher  of  dancing 
Masonic  Hall  1832 

Degrandval,  Guion,  teacher  of  dancing 
17  Lispenard  1833-1834 

379  Broome  1835 

Dodworth,  Allen.    See  Part  I. 

Duport,  P.  L.,  profession  of  dancing 
no  address  1808 

Duport,  P.  L.,  professor  of  dancing 
344  Broadway  1809 

Durua,  Peter,  dancing  master 
58  Chapel  1822 

Durua,  Peter,  dancing  master  not  in  1823 

9  Barclay  1824 

Gentil,  Peter  F.    See  Part  I. 

Gilbert,  Peter,  fencing  and  dancing  master 
52  Ann  1800 

Hulett,  H.  John,  dancing  master 
15  Little  Queen  1787 

Hulet,  John  H. 
15  Little  Queen  1789 

Hulet,  John  H.  not  in  1790 

Hulett,  John  H.,  dancing  master 
15  Little  Queen  1791 

14  Little  Queen  1792-1793 
12  Cedar  1794-1795 

Hulet,  John  H.,  dancing  master 

12  Cedar  1796 

Hulett,  John  Hamilton,  dancing  master 

12  Cedar  1797-1804 

Hulett,  John  H.,  dancing  master 

15  Cedar  1805-1810 


[85] 


86 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


Hulett,  David,  dancing  master 

15  Cedar  1811 

Hulett,  David  D.,  dancing  master 

15  Cedar  1812-1815 

17  Cedar  1816-1819 

Hulett,  David  D.,  dancing  master 

not  in  1820-1821 
Hulett,  David,  teacher  of  dancing 

60  William  1822-1824 

Hulett,  David 

57  Forsyth  1825 

Kelly,  George,  dancing-master 

436  Washington  1829 

Greenwich  1830 

76  Sullivan  1831 

Labasse,  ,  dancing  mast. 

Broadway  c.  Reed  1824 

Lalliet, ,  dancing  academy 

8  Fair  1809-1810 

Lannay,  Jr.  P.  A.,  dancing  master 

208  Broadway  1830 

Lannay,  Pierre,  pension  francais 

152  Fulton  1831-1832 

Lannay,  Pierre,  prof,  dancing 

351  Grand  1832-1833 

24  Barrow  1834 

Mallet,  Francis.  See  Part  I. 
Martin,  Angelica.    See  Part  I. 
Mitchell,  James,  dancing  master 

278  Greenwich  1798 

Mitchell,  James,  dancing  master      not  in  1799 
Mitchell,  James,  laborer 

47  Chatham  1800 

Mitchell,  James 

332  Greenwich  1801 

Mitchell,  James,  musician 

Duane  1802 

Mitchell,  James,  musician  not  in  1803 

Mitchell,  James,  teacher 

Provost  1804 

Mitchell,  James,  accountant 

Division  1805 

Mitchell,  J.,  hotel  &  dancing-master 

31  &  33  Nassau  1806 

Mitchell,  James 

63  Chatham  1807 

Mitchell,  James,  dancing-master 

144  Division  1808 

Parker,  John,  dancing  master 

5  Division  1828 

Picken,  dancing  master 

1  Smith  1786 
Picken,  dancing  master  not  in  1787-1788 
Picken,  Andrew,  dancing  master 

Lumber  near  Crown  1789-1790 

2  Lombard  near  Crown  1791 

2  Lumber  1792-1793 

3  Lumber  1794-1795 
Picken,  widow,  Mary,  schoolmistress 

3  Lumber  1796 


Trust,  Eliza,  teacher  dancing 

93  Bowery,  h.  Brooklyn  1831 
Trust,  J.  W.,  dancing  master 

218  Broadway  1833 
Ulick,  Wm.,  dancing  master 

29  John  1786 
Verbeque,  L.,  dancing  master 

54  Maiden  lane  1809 
Verbeque,  L.,  dancing  master  not  in  1810 
Verbecq,  Augustus,  dancing  master 

54  Maiden  lane  1811 
Weldon,  Ira,  dancing  master 

63  Partition             ■  1807 

73  Division  1808 

68  Anthony  1809 
Weldon,  Ira,  music  master 

142  Bedlow  1810 

38  Charlotte  1811 

28  Lombardy  1812 

Grand  n.  Cannon  1813-1814 

West,  Mrs.  W.,  dancing  teacher  1 

6  Hester  1818 

Whale,  Thomas,  dancing  master 

56  Chapel  1813-1814 

Whale,  Thomas,  dancing  master 

not  in  1815-1816 

22  Vandewater  1817 

Whale,  Thomas,  dancing  master       not  in  1818 

1  Harrison  1819 

Whale,  Thomas,  dancing  master 

not  in  1820-1829 

Whale,  ,  dancing  master 

17  Jay  1830 

Whale,  Thomas,  dancing  master 

268  Bleecker  1831 

268  East  Broadway  1832 

268  Eastbroadway  1833-1834 

404  Grand  1835 

Wood,  Thompson,  dancing-school 

114  Wooster  1830 

Wright,  Charles,  teacher  dancing 

55  Orange  1827 
Wright,  Charles,  teacher  dancing 

not  in  1828-1831 

27  Clinton  1832 

106  Allen  1833 

209  Houston  1834 

209  Houstoun  1835 

Yvonnet,  John,  tobacconist 

80  Pump  1811 

102  Bowery  1812 

Rhynders  1813 

Yvonnet,  John,  dancing  master 

69  Chapel  1814 
Yvonnet,  John 

69  Chapel  1815 

13  Leonard  1816 

1  Address  from  large  ad.  in  front  of  1818  directory. 


APPENDIX  I 


Chronological  List  of  All  Firms  and  Individuals 
Connected  with  Music,  1 786-18 11 


1786 

Dodds,  T.,  organ  and  mus.  inst.  maker 

76  Queen 
Picken,  ,  dancing  master 

1  Smith 
Ulick,  William,  dancing  master 

29  John 


1787 

Dodds,    Thomas,   musical   instrument-maker 

66  Queen 
Hulett,  H.  John,  dancing  master 

15  Little  Queen 
Johnson,  Andrew,  musician 

Dyes 
Turk,  A.,  turner  and  musical  instrument 
maker 

24  Nassau 


1788 
No  directory 

1789 

Capron,  Henry,  music  master 

24  Gold 
Claus,  Christian,  mus.  inst.  maker 

Partition 
Dodds,  Thomas,  mus.  inst.  maker  and  mahogany 
merchant 

66  Queen 
Ferch,  Melchior,  musician,  at  the  Apollo 

Bowery  Lane 
Gilfert,  George,  organist 

64  Nassau 
Harvey,  Joseph,  musician 

Chambers 
Hoffmaster,  Wm.,  musician 

95  Fair 
Picken,  Andrew,  dancing  master 

Lumber  near  Crown 
Turk,  Abraham,  turner  &  mus.  inst.  maker 

24  Nassau 
Ulshaffer,  George,  musician 

39  William 
Watts,  Charles,  cabinet  &  mus.  inst.  maker 

29  Broad 


1790 

Capron,  Henry,  music  master 

66  King 
Claus,  Christian,  mus.  inst.  maker 

Dover 
Dodds,  Thomas,  mus.  inst.  maker,  and  mahog- 
any merchant 

66  Queen 
Gilfert,  George,  organist 

66  Chatham 
Hoffmaster,  Wm.,  musician 

95  Fair 
Jacob,   Peter,  musician 

Church 
Johnson,  John,  musicianer 

Crown 
Picken,  Andrew,  dancing  master 

Lumber  near  Crown 
Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner  and  mus.  inst.  maker 

24  Nassau 
Ulsheffer,  George,  musician 

50  Nassau 


1791 

Boyde,  George,  mus.  inst.  maker 

54  William 
Claus,  Christian,  mus.  inst.  maker 

9  Dover 
Dodds  &  Claus,  mus.  inst.  makers 

66  Queen 
Earheart,  Sebastian,  musician 

4  Mulberry 
Foos,  George,  musician 

Greenwich 
Gabel,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard 
George,  Orion,  musician 

13  Broad 
Gilfert,  George,  tavern-keeper 

66  Chatham 
Harvey,  Joseph,  musician 

4  Mulberry 
Hoffmaster,  Wm.,  musician 

95  Fair 
Hulett,  John  H.,  dancing  master 

15  Little   Queen 
Jacobi,  Peter,  musician 

Church 
Johnston,  John,  musician 

Lombard 


[87] 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


1791,  continued 

Picken,  Andrew,  dancing  master 

2  Lombard  near  Crown 
Rice,  John,  master  of  music 

3  Courtlandt 

Smith,  Albert,  mus.  inst.  maker  and  turner 

15  Golden-hill 

Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner  &  mus.  inst.  maker 

61  Aiaiden  L.  &  house  corner  of  Nassau  & 
John 
Twells,  David,  musician 

5  Tryon-row 
Ulshaffer,  George,  musician 

50  Nassau 
Vanhagen,  Peter  A.,  organist 

Barclay 

1792 

Boyd,  George,  cabinet  &  mus.  inst.  maker 

17  Frankfort 
Broderick,  Joseph,  teacher  of  mus. 

16  King  George 

Claus,  Christian,  mus.  inst.  maker 

9  Dover 
Dodds  &  Claus,  mus.  inst.  makers 

66  Queen 
Dodge,  John,  musician 

3  Pump,  Bowery 

Dodge,  Samuel,  mus.  inst.  maker 

17  Frankfort 
Eerhart,  John,  musician 

4  Mulberry 

Foos,  George,  musician 

Greenwich 
Gabel,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard,  Bowery 
Gifford,  George,  organist 

14  Dye 
Hammerman,  George,  musician 

2  Church 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

95  Fair 
Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

2  Old  Slip 
Hulett,  John  H.,  dancing  master 

14  Little  Queen 
Jacobi,  Peter,  musician 

Church 
Johnston,  Andrew,  musician 

46  Dye 
Picken,  Andrew,  dancing  master 

2  Lumber 

Rice,  John,  master  of  music 

3  Courtlandt 

Smith,  Albert,  turner  &  mus.  inst.  maker 

15  Golden-hill 

Smith,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 
39  Bowery  Lane 


Tracey,  Andrew  H.,  musician 

57  Fair 
Turk,  Ahashuerus,  turner  &  mus.  inst.  maker 

61  Maiden-lane  &  house  corner  of  Nassau  & 
John  St. 
Twells,  David,  musician 

102  Water 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 

50  Nassau 
Van  Hagen,  Peter  A.,  organist 

Barclay 

1793 

Chapman,  Robert,  musician 

Barclay 
Clause,  Christian,  mus.  inst.  maker 

9  Dover 
Curtsook,  John,  musician 

Barclay 
Dodds  &  Clause,  mus.  inst.  makers 

66  Queen 
Ferris,  Milchard,  musician 

33  Church 
Foos,  George,  musician 

32  Church 
Geaval,  Henry,  musician 

cor.  of  Wine  &  Bayard 
Gifford,  George,  boarding  house 

Dye 
Hatton,  Wm.,  mus.  inst.  maker 

3  Peck-slip 
Hewit,  James,  musician 

72  Courtlandt 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

4  George 
Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

2  Old-slip 
Hulett,  John  H.,  dancing  master 

14  Little  Queen 
Jacobi,  Peter,  musician 

27  Church 
Johnston,  Andrew,  musician 

Barclay 
Picken,  Andrew,  dancing  master 

2  Lumber 
Smith,  Albert,  mus.  inst.  maker  and  turner 

15  Golden-hill 

Smith,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 

Liberty 
Tracev,  Andrew  H.,  mus.  inst.  maker 

57  Fair 
Turk,  Ahashuerus,  turner  &  mus.  inst.  maker 

cor.  of  Nassau  &  John 
Turk,   Ahashuerus,   jun.,  turner  &  mus.  inst. 
maker 

61  Maiden-lane 
Twells,  David,  musician 

102  Water 


; 


APPENDIX   I 


89 


1793,  continued 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 

10  Nassau 
Van  Hagen,  Peter  A.,  organist 

14  Dye 
Whaits,  Arch.,  mus.  inst.  maker 

89  Queen 


1794 


Amusco,  Joseph,  musician 

Nicholas  St.,  Bowery 
Bolen,  John,  oval  &  round  turner  &  mus.  inst. 
maker 

32  Fair 
Brower,    Samuel,   drum-maker   &  composition 
fan-light  maker 

74  Chatham 
Clause,  Christian,  mus.  inst.  maker 

4  Dover 
Dodds,  Thomas,  mus.  inst.  maker 

320  Pearl 
Ferg,  Melgior,  tavern  keeper 

22  Church 
Foos,  George,  musician 

26  George 

Gahel,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard  (Bowery) 
Giffert,  George,  boarding  house 

34  Dey 
Harrison,  James,  music-seller 

108  Market  and  house  24  Nassau 
Hatton,  William,  mus.  inst.  maker 

358  Bway 
Hewit,  James,  musician 

137  Front 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

27  Church 

Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

25  George 
Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

10  Old-slip 
Hulett,  John  H.,  dancing  master 

12  Cedar 
Jacobi,  Peter,  musician 

36  Church 
Johnson,  John  A.,  musician 

55  Barclay 
Kurtsrurck,  John,  musician 

Anthony 
Picken,  Andrew,  dancing  master 

3  Lumber 
Rush,  Frederick,  musician 

209  Bway 
Russel.  Asher,  musician 

65  Reed 
Saliment,  George  E.,  prof,  of  mus. 

62  Wall 


Tracey,  Andrew  H.,  musician 

217  William 
Turk,  Ahashuerus,  musical  instrument  maker 

35  Nassau 

Turk,  Ahashuerus,  jun.,  mus.  inst.  maker 

49  Broad 
Twells,  David,  cooper 

288  Water 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 

19  Dutch 
Van  Hagen,  Peter  A.,  organist 

near  the  Collect 
Western,  Thomas,  patent  pianoforte  maker 

13  Wall 
Whaites,  Archibald,  mus.  inst.  maker 

382  Pearl 

1795 

Carr,  Benjamin,  mus.  &  musical  inst.  seller 

137  William 
Clause,  Christian,  mus.  inst.  maker 

4  Dover 
Curtsau,  John,  musician 

Little  Ann  near  the  Collect 
Dodds,  Thomas,  mus.  inst.  maker 

320  Pearl 
Gabel,  Henry,  musician 

corner  Bayard  &  Wine 
Giffert,  George  and  Comp.,  musical  magazine 

209  Bway 
Gilfert,   George,   organist  of  the  New  Dutch 
Church 

34  Dey 
Harrison,  James,  music  &  printseller 

58  Maiden  L. 
Hatton,  William,  musical  instrument  maker 

360  Bway 
Hewit,  James,  music  professor 

1  Lumber 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

187  William 
Holies,  Thomas,  musician 

10  Old  slip 
Hulett,  John  H,  dancing  master 

12  Cedar 
Jacobi,  Peter,  musician 

36  Church 

Johnson,  John  A.,  musician 

251  Greenwich 
Lilly,    Samuel,   teacher   of   languages,    mathe- 
matics and  music 

117  William 
Melchior,  Ferch,  musician 

22  Church 
Picken,  Andrew,  dancing  master 

3  Lumber 
Reevling,  John,  musician 

Bayard,  Bowery 


90 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


1795,  continued 

Russel,  Asher,  musician 

46  Church 
Saliment,  George  E.,  professor  of  music 

39  Liberty 
Smith,  Albertus,  turner  &  musical  instrument 
maker 

86  John 
Tracey,  Andrew  H.,  musician 

217  William 
Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner  &  musical  instrument 
maker 

35  Nassau 
Twells,  David,  musician 

1  Hague 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 

19  Dutch 
Utt,  Peter,  musical  instrument  maker 

Greenwich  Rd. 
Van  Hagen,  Peter  A.,  professor  of  music 

34  Dey 
Western,  Thomas,  patent  piano  forte  maker 

14  Wall 
Whaites,  Archibald,  mus.  inst.  maker 

Wine,  Bowery 


1796 

Ames,  John,  musician 

14  George 
Carr,  Benjamin,  musical  repository 

131  William 
Charters,  George,  musical  instrument  maker 

19  Barclay 
Claus,  Christian,  musical  instrument  maker 

4  Dover 
Duparge,  Luther,  musical  instrument  maker 

159  William 
Foos,  George,  musician 

corner  Catharine  &  Little  Ann 
Gabel,  Henry,  musician 

corner  Wine  &  Bayard  (Bow) 
Gilfert,  George,  organist  to  the  Dutch  Church 

34  Dey 
Gilfert,  &  Co.,  musical  magazine 

177  Bway 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

187  William 
Howe,  William,  organbuilder  and  musick  store 

326  Pearl 
Hulet,  John,  dancing  master 

12  Cedar 
Jacobi,  Peter,  musician 

36  Church 
Johnson,  John  A.,  musician  &  tavern 

251  Greenwich 


Latur,  Gerard,  musical  store 

20  Maiden  1. 
Moller,  John  C,  professor  of  music 

80  Barclay 
Saliment,  George  E.,  professor  of  music 

39  Liberty 
Selden,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

25  Chapel 
Smith,    Albert,   turner   &  musical    instrument 
maker 

86  John 
Stansbury,  Silas,  musician 

58  Chatham 
Tracy,  Andrew  H.,  musician 

458  Pearl 
Turk,  Ahasuerus,  ivory  turner 

36  corner  of  Nassau  &  John 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician  &  grocer 

102  Broad 
Utt,  Peter,  musical  instrument  maker 

Greenwich  rd. 
Van  Hagen,  Peter  R.,  professor  of  music 

34  Dey 
Whaites,  Archibald,  musical  instrument  maker 

Winne,  Bowery 
Whaites  &  Chartres,  musical  instrument  makers 

19  Barclay 


1797 

Claus,  Christian,  musical  instrument  maker 

4  Dover 
Deseze,  John,  music-teacher 

86  Nassau 
Dodds,  Thomas,  musical  instrument  maker 

287  Bway 
Foos,  George,  musician 

Little  Ann 
Gabel,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard,  corner  of  Winne 
Gilfert,  George,  organist 

34  Dey 
Gilfert  &  Co.,  George,  musical  magazine 

177  Broadway 
Henry,  Mons.,  musician 

69  Chamber 
Hewitt,  James,  professor  of  music 

71  Cedar 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

29  Church 
Hoffmaster,  William,   musician 

187  William 
Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

29  Cheapside 
Howe,  William,  organ  builder  and  musical  in- 
strument store 

320  Pearl 


APPENDIX   I 


91 


1797 ,  continued 

Hulett,  John  Hamilton,  dancing-master 

12  Cedar 
Jacobi,  Peter,  musician 

36  Church 
Johnson,  John  A.,  musician  &  tavern 

251  Greenwich 
Loss,  Christian,  music  teacher 

34  Dey 

Moller,  John  C,  professor  of  music 

58  Vesey 
Myler,  William,  musician 

29  George 
Pelissier,  Victor,  musician 

58  Ann 
Rausch,  Frederick,  musician 

289  Bway 
Reevling,  John,  musician 

Winne 
Saliment,  George  E.,  professor  of  music 

39  Liberty 
Schwartzholtz,  I.  C,  pianoforte  maker 

450  Pearl 
Selden,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

25  Chapel 
Smith,    Albert,   turner   &   musical   instrument 
maker 

86  John 
Stansbury,  Silas,  musician 

384  Pearl 
Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner  &  musical  instrument 
maker 

35  Nassau 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician  &  grocer 

3  John 
Utt,   Peter,  musical  instrument  maker 

76  Barclay 
Watts,  Charles,  musician 

116  Flymarket 
Weldon, ,  teacher  of  music 

44  Dey 
Western,  Thomas,  patent  piano-forte  maker 

64  Maiden-lane 
Whaites,  Archibald,  musical  instrument  maker 

19  Barclay 
Whaites  &  Chartres,  pianoforte  makers 

19  Barclay 


1798 

Canschat,  Michael,  instrument  maker 

Second 
Claus,  Christian,  musical  instrument  maker 

4  Dover 
Cotton,  Rowland,  composer  of  music 

Charlotte 


Deseze,  John,  music  teacher 

86  Nassau 
Dupuy,  Lewis,  musician 

345  Broadway 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

34  Cedar 
Ferch,  M.,  musician 

24  Church 
Foos,  George,  musician 

Little  Ann 
Gabel,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard,  corner  of  Winne 
Geib,  John,  organbuilder 

First 
Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine 

177  Bway 
Hewitt,  James,  music  store 

131  William 
Hoffman,  James  H.,  musician 

307  Washington 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

187  William 
Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

29  Oliver 
Howe,  William,  organ  builder,  etc. 

320  Pearl 
Hulett,  John  Hamilton,  dancing  master 

12  Cedar 
Loss,  Christian,  music  teacher 

69  Dey 
Mitchell,  James,  dancing  master 

278  Greenwich 
Moller,  John  C,  professor  of  music 

Washington 
Paff,  John,  musical  store 

112  Bway 
Pelissier,  Victor,  musician 

58  Ann 
Rausch,  Fred,  musician 

209  Bway 
Saliment,  George  E.,  professor  of  music 

39  Liberty 
Schwartzholtz,  I.  C,  pianoforte  maker 

23  Chatham 
Seymour,  Isaac,  musician 

Barley 
Smith,  Albert,  musical  instrument  maker 

86  John 
Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner 

35  Nassau 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician  &  grocer 

3  John 
Utt,  Peter,  musical  instrument  maker 

Chamber 
Western,  Thos.,  pianoforte  maker 

64  Maiden  Lane 
Whaites  &  Chartres,  pianofortemakers 

19  Barclay 


92 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


1799 

Cable,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard 
Claus,  Christian,  musical  instrument  maker 

4  Dover 
Conshort,  Michael,  piano  forte  maker 

Second 
Deseze,  John,  music-teacher 

86  Nassau 
Dodds,  Thomas,  musical  instrument  maker 

221  Pearl 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

34  Cedar 

Foos,  George,  musician 

Little  Ann 
Geib,  John,  organbuilder 

First 
Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine 

177  Bway 
Hewitt,  James,  music  store 

23  Maiden-lane 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

243  Bway 
Hoffman,  J.  H,  musician 

E.  Washington  or  40  Barclay 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

78  Nassau 
Howe,  widow  of  William,  musical  store 

320  Pearl 
Hulett,  John  Hamilton,  dancing  master 

12  Cedar 
Jacobus,  Peter,  musician 

39  Church 
Kelly,  Francis,  musician 

Little  Catharine 
Moller,  John  C,  professor  of  music 

Washington 
O'Brian,  Charles,  musician 

Lumber 
Paff,  John  &  M.,  musical  store 

112  Bway 
Pelissier,  Victor,  musician 

135  William 
Rausch,  Frederick,  musician 

209  Bway 
Saliment,  George  E.,  professor  of  music 

39  Liberty 
Selden,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

25  Chapel 
Smith,  Albert,  musical  instrument  maker 

86  John 
Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner 

35  Nassau 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician  &  grocer 

3  John 
Utt,  Peter,  musical  instrument  maker 

90  Chamber 


Western,  Thos.,  pianoforte  maker 

64  Maiden  L. 
Whaites,  Archibald,  musical  instrument  maker 

Winne 
Whaites  &  Chartres,  pianofortemakers 

19  Barclay 

1800 

Beckett,  John,  musician 

3  Chapel 
Benoit,  Lewis,  musician 

12  Chamber 
Berault,  Lamiche,  dancing  master 

52  Reed 
Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

Mulberry 
Canschet,  Michael,  pianofortemaker 

Second 
Deseze,  John,  music-teacher 

86  Nassau 
Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

83  Fair 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

245  Greenwich 
Garval,  Henry,  music-teacher 

Bayard 
Geib  &  Co.,  John,  organ-builders 

Bowery,  corner  North 
Gilbert,  Peter,  fencing  and  dancing  master 

52  Ann 
Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine 

177  Broadway 
Hewitt,  James,  music  store 

23  Maiden-lane 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

243  Bway 
Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician 

71  Church 
Hoffmaster,  Wm.,  musician 

78  Nassau 
Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

68  James 
Howe,  widow  of  William,  music  store 

320  Pearl 
Hulett,  John  Hamilton,  dancing  master 

12  Cedar 

Jacobus,  Peter,  musician 

41  Church 
Kelly,  Francis,  musician 

13  Tryon-row 
Massue, ,  musician 

41  Chamber 
Moller,  John  C,  professor  of  music 

Hudson 
Montgomery,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

355  Pearl 
Paff,  John  and  M.,  musical  store 

127  Bway 


APPENDIX   I 


93 


1800,  continued 

Pelissier,  Victor,  musician 

135  William 
Rausch,  Frederick,  professor  of  music 

127  Bway 
Saliment,  George  E.,  professor  of  music 

39  Liberty 
Samo,  Isaac,  music-teacher 

51  Vesey 
Selden,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

25  Chapel 
Smith,  Albert,  musical  instrument  maker 

86  John 
Turk,  Ahasuerus,  turner 

35  Nassau 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician  &  grocer 

3  John 
Weldon,  Peter,  professor  of  music 

76  Chamber 
Whaites,  Archibald,  musical  instrument  maker 

Winne 
Whaites  &  Chartres,  pianoforte-makers 

19  Barclay 


1801 

Benoit,  Lewis,  musician 

31  Church 
Brower,  Samuel,  drum  maker 

74  Chatham 
Chanschet,  Michael,  pianofortemaker 

Second 
Child,  William,  musical  instrument  maker 

219  William 
Deseze,  John,  music  teacher 

86  Nassau 
Erben,  Peter,  music  teacher 

23  George 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

252  Greenwich 
Garval,  Henry,  music  teacher 

Bayard 
Geib  and  Co.,  John,  organ  builders 

Bowery  corner  North 
Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine 

177  Bway 
Hewitt,  James,  music  store 

59  Maiden  L. 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

243  Broadway 
Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician 

Catharine 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

78  Nassau 
Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

68  James 
Kelly,  Francis,  musician 

13  Tr yon-row 


King,  Mott,  musician 

Cross 
Minieuse,  William,  teacher  of  French  and  music 

34  Warren 
Moller,  John  C,  professor- of  music 

Hudson 
Montgomery,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

55  Cherry 
Paff,  John  &  M.,  music  store 

127  Bway 
Pelissier,  Victor,  musician 

135  William 
Rausch,  Frederick,  professor  of  music 

127  Broadway 
Selden,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

25  Chapel 
Smith,  Albert,  musical  instrument  maker 

86  John 
Territt,  Charles,  music  shop 

320  Pearl 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 

3  John 
Weldon,  Peter,  professor  of  music 

76  Chamber 
Whaites,  Archibald,  musical  instrument  maker 

Winne 
Whaites  &  Chartres,  pianoforte  makers 

19  Barclay 


1802 

Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

Mulberry 
Brower,  Samuel,  drum  maker 

74  Chatham 
Child,  William,  musical  instrument  maker 

219  William 
Deseze,  John,  music  teacher 

86  Nassau 
Emmerson,  Christopher,  musician 

Barley 
Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

23  George 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

252  Greenwich 
Fraser,  Thomas,  musician 

45  Vandewater 
Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

132  Chatham 
Geib  &  Co.,  John,  organbuilders 

Bowery  corner  North 
Gibson,    (Thomas)    and  M.  Davis,  mus.  inst 
makers 

58  Warren 
Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine 

216  Bway,  opposite  St.   Paul's 
Gilfert,  Henry,  teacher  of  music 

32  Nassau 


94 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


1802,  continued 

Goebell,  Henry,  musician 

Bayard 
Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

143  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden  L. 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

243  Bway 
Hoffman,  J.  H,  musician 

Catharine 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

Nassau 
Hollis,  Thomas,  musician 

68  James 
Jackson,  George  K.,  musician 

Greenwich  Mkt. 
Jacobus,  Peter,  musician 

41  Church 
King,  Mathew,  musician 

333  Bway 
Mitchell,  James,  musician 

Duane 
Moller,  John  C,  professor  of  music  and  organist 

Hudson 
Montgomery,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

64  Nassau 
Nicholas, ,  musician 

49  Chamber 
Paff,  John  &  M.,  music  store 

127  Bway 
Pelissier,  Victor,  musician  &  millinery 

135  William 
Purcady,  Henry,  musician 

6  Barley 
Rausch,  Frederick,  professor  of  music 

127  Bway 
Smith,  Albert,  musical  instrument  maker 

86  John 
Territ,  Charles,  music  shop 

320  Pearl 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 

3  John 
Whaites  &  Chartres,  pianofortemakers 

19  Barclay 

1803 

Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

Mulberry 
Brower,  Samuel,  drum-maker  &  brand-caster 

10  Harman 
Child,  William,  musical  instrument  maker 

219  William 
Deseze,  John,  music  teacher 

86  Nassau 
Duplessey,  Anthony,  musician 

Union-furnace 
Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

23  George 


Everdeil,  James,  musician 

90  Chamber 
Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

152  Chatham 
Geib  &  Son,  John,  organbuilder 

Bowery  corner  North 
Gibson,  Thomas,  &  M.  Davis,  musical  instru- 
ment makers 

58  Warren 

Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine 

216  Bway 
Goldbergh,  J.  C,  teacher  of  pianoforte 

Greenwich  cor.  Harrison 
Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

143  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden  L. 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

243  Bway 
Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician 

Catharine 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

78  Nassau 
Holden,  David,  fidler 

Bedlow 
How,  widow  Sarah,  musical  warehouse 

320  Pearl 
Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  musician 

19  Murray 
Jacobus,  Peter,  musician 

14  Thomas 
King,  Mathew,  musician 

333  Bway 
Moller,  John  C,  professor  of  music  &  organist 

Hudson 
Montgomery,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

64  Nassau 
Paff,  John  &  M.,  musical  store 

127  Bway 
Pelissier,  Victor,  musician,  millinery-store 

77  Chatham 
Purcady,  Henry,  musician 

6  Barley 
Rausch,  Frederick,  pro.  of  music 

127  Bway 
Smith,  Albert,  musical  instrument  maker 

86  John 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 

3  John 
Whaites  &  Chartres,  pianofortemakers 

19  Barclay 

1804 

Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

35  Mulberry 
Brower,  Samuel,  drum-maker  &  brandcaster 

10  Harman 
Deseze,  John,  music  &  French  teacher 

12  U.  Reed 


APPENDIX   I 


95 


1804,  continued 

Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

23  George 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

90  Chamber 
Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

380  Pearl 
Geib  &  Son,  John,  organ-builders 

Bowery 
Geib,  John  and  Adam,  pianofortemakers 

40  Barclay- 
Gibson,  (and  M.  Davis)  T.,  mus.  inst.  makers 

63  Barclay 

Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine 

13  Maiden  L. 

Goldbergh,  J.  C.,  teacher  pianoforte 

Greenwich  cor.  Harrison 
Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

143  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden  L. 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

9  Ann 
Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician 

Anthony 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

78  Nassau 
Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  professor  of  music 

2  Pine 

Jacobus,  Peter,  musician 

14  Thomas 

Jean,  Pierre,  musician 

11  Chamber 
Kearsing  &  Sons,  J.,  pianoforte  manufactory 

Bowery 
King,  Mathew,  musician 

333  Bway 
Montgomery,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 

64  Nassau 
Nicolan, ,  musician 

21  U.  Reed 
Paff,  John  &  M.,  musical  store 

54  Maiden  Lane 
Pelissier,  V.,  professor  of  music,  millinery 
store 

77  Chatham 
Rausch,  Frederick,  professor  of  music 

54  Maiden  L. 
Smith,  Albert,  mus.  inst.  maker 

86  John 
Terret,  widow,  Sarah,  music  store 

320  Pearl 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 

3  John 

Whaites  &  Chartres,  pianofortemakers 

19  Barclay 
Wilson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 

330  Greenwich 


1805 * 

Alexander,  John,  musician 

Bedlow-alley 
Boston,  Jacob,  musician  - 
Brower,  Samuel,  drum-maker,  &  brandcaster 

95  James 
Deseze,  John,  music  &  french  teacher 

12  U.  Reed 

Erben,  Peter,  music  teacher 

23  George 
Everdell,  James,  musician 
Geib,  Adam,  music  professor 
Geib,  John  &  Adam,  pianofortemakers 

Mt.  Vernon 
Geib  &  Son,  John,  organ  builders 

Corres.  Gard  Leonard 
Gibson,  T.  M.  &  Davis,  mus.  inst.  makers 

63  Barclay 
Gilfert,   Charles,  music  professor 
Gilfert,  George,  musical  magazine 

13  Maiden  L. 

Goldberg,  J.  G,  teacher  pianoforte 
Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

143  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden  L. 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

27  Bedlow 
Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician  &  grocer 

Anthony 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

78  Nassau 
Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  professor  of  music 

92  Greenwich 
Jacobus,  Peter,  musician 
Kearsing  &  Sons,  J.,  pianoforte  manuf. 

Bowery  cor.  North 
King,  Mathew,  musician 
Leonard,  Elias,  musician 

52  Chapel 
Montgomery,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 

255  Bway 
Neilson,  Samuel,  musical  instrument  maker 

21  Barclay 
Nicholan,  musician 
Niles,  Wallis,  musician 

43  Lombard 
Paff,  John  &  M.,  musical  store 

54  Maiden   L. 
Pelissier,  V.,  professor  of  music 

1  George 
Peloubet,  Joseph,  musical  inst.  maker 

190  William 

1  Names  without  addresses  from  classified  directory. 


96 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


1805,  continued 

Prince,  David,  musician 

49  Henry 
Purcady,  Henry,  professor  of  music 

40  Chamber 
Smith,  Albert,  mus.  inst.  maker 

86  John 
Terret,  widow  Sarah,  musical  store 

320  Pearl 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  musician 

3  John 
Whaites,  pianofortemaker 

19  Barclay 
Wilson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 

42  Robinson 


1806 

Alexander,  John,  musician 

Bedlow-alley 
Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

Mary  near  Hester 
Castrou,  Eli,  musician 

43  Reed 
Deseze,  John,  music  and  french  teacher 

12  U.  Reed 

Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

23  George 
Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

13  Leonard 

Geib,  J.  &  A.,  pianoforte-makers 

Leonard  n.  B'way 
Geib  and  Son,  organbuilders 

Leonard 
Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis  T.,  mus.  inst.  maker 

63  Barclay 
Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

143  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden  Lane 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

27  Bedlow 
Hoffman,  J.  H,  musician  and  grocer 

Anthony 
Hoffmaster,  William,  musician 

78  Nassau 
Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  professor  of  music 

92  Greenwich 
Jacoby,  Peter,  music  master 

83  Chapel 
Kearsing  &  Sons,  J.,  pianoforte-manuf. 

Bowery  corner  North 
King,   Matthias,   musician 

333  Broadway 
Mazzinghi,  Dominick,  pianoforte  store 

29  Maiden  L. 


Montgomery,  John   C,  musical  inst.   mak.  & 
turner 

Elm 
Neilson,  Samuel,  musical  instrument  mak. 

71  Chamber 
Niles,  Wallis,  musician 

45  Lombard 
Paff,  John  and  M.,  music  store 

54  Maiden  lane,  &  2  City  Hotel 
Pelisssier,  V.,  professor  of  music 

1  George 
Peterson,  Daniel,  musician 

48  Bedlow 

Prince,  David,  musician 

49  Henry 

Smith,  Albert,  musical  instrument  maker 

86  John 
Stayner,  Thomas,  musician 

Pump  near  Third 
Stevens,  Reuben,  drum-major 

Orange 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  music 

3  John 
Value,  Peter,  music  master 

58  Anthony 
Whaites, ,  pianoforte  maker 

19  Barclay 
Wilson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 

foot  of  Reed 


1807 

Beze,  M.,  musical  &  drawing  academy 

46  Partition 
Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

Mary  near  Hester 
Deseze,  John,  music  &  French  teacher 

12  U.  Reed 

Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

66  Mott 
Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

13  Leonard 

Geib,  J.  &  A.,  pianofortemakers 

Leonard  n.  Bway 
Geib  &  Son,  John,  organbuilders 

Leonard 
Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis,  pianoforte  makers 

63  Barclay 
Gilfert,  George,  pianoforte  warehouse 

13  Maiden  L. 
Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

145  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden  L. 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

upper  end  Chapel 
Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician  &  grocer 

Anthony 


APPENDIX  I 


97 


1807,  continued 

Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  professor  of  music 

119  Bowery 
Jacoby,  Peter,  music  master 

40  Barley 

Kearsing  &  Sons,  J.,  pianoforte  manuf. 

279  Bowery 
M'Kenna,  James,  musician 

11  Moores  Row 
Mazzinghi,  Dominick,  pianoforte  store 

29  Maiden  L. 
Neilson,  Samuel,  mus.  inst.  maker 

19  Barclay 
Niles,  Wallis,  musician 

43  Lombard 
Paff,  John  &  M.,  music  store. 

2  City  Hotel 
Pierre,  Henry,  musician 

49  Cedar 
Riley,  E.,  music  teacher 

3  Cortlandt 
Schaffer, •,  musician 

270  .Pearl 
Schons,  Bernard,  pianofortemaker 

88  Chatham 
Selden,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 

41  Chapel 

Smith,  Albert,  mus.  inst.  maker 

86  John 
Stayner,  Thomas,  musician 

72  Pump 
Stevens,  Reuben,  drum-major 

Rynder  near  Grand 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  music 

3  John 
Value,  Peter,  music  master 

58  Anthony 
Whaites,  Archibald,  pianofortemaker 

19  Barclay 
Williams,  Peter  S.,  drummer 

Washington 
Wilson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 

262  Greenwich 


1808 

Alexander,  John,  musician 

Neilson's  Alley 
Amby,  Thomas,  drummer 

108  Mulberry 
Baptist,  John,  musician 

31  Church 
Beze,  M.,  musical  and  french  drawing  academy 

46  Partition 
Bocquet,  Lewis,  musician 

40  Catherine 
Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

Mary  near  Hester 


Buckin,  James,  mus.  inst.  maker 

8  Anthony 
Butler,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 

156  Bway 
Deseze,  John,  music  &  French  teacher 

12  U.  Reed 

Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

66  Mott 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

15  Barclay 
Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

13  Leonard 

Geib,  J.  &  A.,  pianoforte  makers 

Leonard  n.  Bway 
Geib  &  Son,  John,  organbuilders 

Leonard 
Gentil,  Peter  F.,  music  master 

11  Barley 
Gibson,  T.,  &  M.  Davis,  pianoforte  makers 

63  Barclay 
Gilfert,  George,  piano  warehouse 

13  Maiden  L. 
Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

145  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden  L. 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

upper  end  Chapel 
Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician 

51  Anthony 
Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  professor  of  music 

278  Bowery 

Jacoby,  Peter,  music  master 

47  Reed 
Kearsing  &  Sons,  J.,  piano  manuf. 

279  Bowery 

King,  Mathew,  music,  inst.  maker 

34  Essex 
Ledwith,  John,  musician 

Neilson's  Alley 
Mazzinghi,  Dominick,  piano  store 

29  Maiden  Lane 
Neilson,  Samuel,  mus.  inst.  maker 

19  Barclay 
Note, ,  musician 

46  Augustus 
Paff,  John  &  M.,  music  store 

2  City  hotel 
Pierre,  Henry,  musician 

49  Cedar 
Riley,  E.,  music  teacher 

28  Dey 
Schons,  Bernard,  piano  forte  maker 

267  Broadway 
Selden,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 

41  Chapel 
Smith,  Albert,  mus.  inst.  maker 

86  John 


98 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


1808,  continued 

Stayner,  Thomas,  musician 

27  Bayard 
Stevens,  Reuben,  drum-major 

83  Nassau 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  music 

3  John 
Whaites,  Arch.,  piano  forte  maker 

262  Bowery 
Wilson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 

262  Greenwich 


1809 

Alexander,  John,  musician 

25  Duane 
Beze,  M.,  musical  &  french  drawing  academy 

9  Gold 
Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

Pump 
Buckin,  James,  musical  instrument  maker 

8  Anthony 
Carson,  Jacob,  musician 

35  Chatham 
Corner,  Peter,  drummer 

6  Ferr 

Deseze,  John,  music  &  French  teacher 

31  Reed 
Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

66  Mott 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

255  Greenwich 
Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

upper  end  Mulberry 
Geib  &  Son,  John,  organbuilders 

Leonard 
Gentil,  Peter  F.,  music-master 

115  Duane 
Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis,  piano  forte  maker 

63  Barclay 
Gideon,  Jacob,  trumpeter 

Republican  alley 
Gilfert,  George,  piano  forte  warehouse 

13  Maiden-lane 
Hallet,  James,  musician 

7  Charlotte 

Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

145  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden  L. 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

62  Chapel 
Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician 

51  Anthony 
Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  professor  of  music 

278  Bowery  &  17  Dey 

Kearsing  and  Sons,  J.,  piano-forte  manufact. 

279  Bowery 


Mazzinghi,  Dominick,  piano  forte  store 

292  Greenwich 
Neilson,  Samuel,  musical  instrument  maker 

19  Barclay 
Note,  Sebastian,  musician 

22  Magazine 
Perry,  Richard,  piano  forte  maker 

42  Barclay 
Pierre,  Henry,  musician 

49  Cedar 

Riley,  E.,  music  teacher 

31  Dey 
Schons,  Bernard,  pianoforte  maker 

403  Greenwich 
Selden,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

41  Chapel 
Siffes, ,  musician 

396  Mott 
Smith,  Albert,  musical  instrument  maker 

86  John 
Stayner,  Thomas,  musician 

50  Chatham 

Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  music 

3  John 
Whaites,  Arch.,  piano  forte  maker 

262  Bowery 
Wilson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 

262  Greenwich 


1810 

Alexander,  John,  musician 

25  Duane 
Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

Pump 
Buchan,  J.,  musical  instrument  maker 

upper  end  Chapel 
Burns,  John,  musician 

62  Warren 

Cozine,  Gilbert,  musician 

93  Mulberry 
Deseze,  John,  music  &  french  teacher 

290  Greenwich 
Dickinson,  Thomas,  musician 

159  Division 
Erven,  Peter,  music  teacher 

66  Mott 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

255  Greenwich 
Geib,  Adam,  music  teacher 

upper  end  Mulberry 
Geib  &  Son,  John,  organbuilders 

95  Leonard 
Gentil,  Peter  F.,  music  master 

105V2  Reed 
Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis,  pianoforte  manufact. 

63  Barclay 

Gideon,  Jacob,  trumpeter 
1  Republican-alley 


APPENDIX   I 


99 


1810,  continued 

Gilfert,  George,  piano  warehouse 

13  Maiden  L. 
Hallet,  James,  musician 

7  Charlotte 
Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

145  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

59  Maiden  L. 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

30  Cedar 

Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician 

51  Anthony 
Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  professor  of  music 

278  Bowery 

Kearsing  &  Son,  piano  manuf. 

279  Bowery 

Mazzinghi,   Dominick,   piano  store 

292  Greenwich 
Meetz,  Richard,  music  teacher 

50  Warren 
Neilson,  Samuel,  musical  instrument  maker 

19  Barclay 
Niles,  Wallace,  musician 

53  Lombardy 
Note,  Sebastian,  musician 

21  Magazine 
Paff,  John  &  M.,  music  store 

149  Bway 
Perrossier,  James,  musician 

I  Jacob 

Perry,  Richard,  piano  maker 

50  Harman 
Pierre,  Henry,  musician 

49  Cedar 
Redstone,  William,  organbuilder 

59  Hester 
Riley,  E.,  music  teacher 

31  Dey 

Roualt,  Joseph,  musician 

37  Chatham 

Schons,  Bernard,  piano  forte  maker 

17  Chatham 
Selden,  John,  mus.  inst.  maker 

41  Chapel 
Smith,  Albert,  mus.  inst.  maker 

86  John 
Stayner,  Thomas,  musician 

44  Chatham 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  music 

3  John 
Varmvile,  John,  musician 

38  Cross 

Walker,  Joseph,  piano  forte  maker  - 

19  Barclay 
Weekly,  Bartholomew,  musician 

II  Jews  alley 
Weldon,  Ira,  music  master 

142  Bedlow 


Whaites,  Arch.,  pianoforte  maker 

Mott  n.  Spring 
Wilson,  Joseph,  music  teacher 

262  Greenwich 


1811 

Boston,  Jacob,  musician 

27  Spring 
Byrne,  Peter,  musician 

17  Harman 
Childs,  Richard,  violin  maker 

17  Chatham 
Dehart,  James,  musician 

121  Reed 
Deseze,  John,  music  and  French  teacher 

290  Greenwich 
Dickinson,  Thomas,  musician 

159  Division 
Erben,  Peter,  teacher  of  music 

66  Mott 
Everdell,  James,  musician 

255  Greenwich 
Geib,  Adam,  teacher  of  music 

Mulberry  n.  Prince 
Geib  &  Son,  John,  organ  builders 

95  Leonard  &  36  Sugar  loaf 
Gentil,  Peter  F.,  music  master 

105H  Reed 
Gibson,  T.  &  M.  Davis,  pianoforte  maker 

63  Barclay 
Gibson,  Thomas,  pianoforte  maker 

63  Barclay 
Gideon,  Jacob,  trumpeter 

Frankfort 
Gilfert,  George,  pianoforte  warehouse 

13  Maiden  Lane 
Hanville,  John,  music  master 

36  Cross 
Healy,  Ithamar,  musician 

145  Division 
Hewitt,  James,  musical  repository 

15  Chatham 
Higgins,  Isaac,  musician 

17  Harman 
Hill,  Uri  K.,  teacher  of  music 

12  Broad 
Himmelman,  George,  musician 

6  Carlisle 
Hoffman,  J.  H.,  musician 

51  Anthony 
Hollis,  Joseph,  musician 

519  Greenwich 
Jackson,  Dr.  George  K.,  professor,  of  music 

278  Bowery  &  14  Wall 

Kearsing  &  Son,  pianoforte  manufactory 

279  Bowery 

Kiel,  Francis,  musician 
179  Duane 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


100 

1811,  continued 

King,  Mathew,  musical  instrument  maker 

34  Essex 
Mazzinghi,  Dominick,  piano-forte  store 

292  Greenwich 
Meetz,  Raymond,  teacher  of  music 

50  Warren 
Neilson,  Samuel,  musical  instrument  maker 

19  Barclay 
Paff,  John,  music 

149  Broadway 
Perry,  Richard,  piano  forte  maker 

42  Barclay 
Petrossier,  James,  musician 

17  George 
Pierre,  Henry,  musician 

49  Cedar 
Rausch,  Frederick,  prof,  of  music. 

60  Maiden-lane 
Riley,  E.,  music  engraver  &  publisher 

17  Chatham 


Riley  &  Adams,  copperplate  printers 

17  Chatham 
Ronault,  Joseph,  musician 

37  Chatham 

Schaffer,  F.  G.  &  W.,  musical  instrument  maker 

219  Greenwich 
Schaffer,  George,  musical  instrument  maker 

219  Greenwich 
Selden,  John,  musical  instrument  maker 

41  Chapel 
Smith,  Albert,  mus.  inst.  maker 

86  John 
Stayner,  Thomas,  musician 

35  Chatham 
Ulshoeffer,  George,  professor  of  music 

3  John 
Weldon,  Ira,  music  master 

38  Charlotte 

Whaites,  Arch.,  piano-forte  maker 

Mott  n.  Spring 
Wilson,  Joseph,  teacher  of  music 

56  Dey 


APPENDIX  II 

List  of  Musical  Societies,  i 789-1 799 


1789 
Musical  Society  of  the  City  of  New  York 

George  Gilfert,  Director 
Henry  Will,  Treasurer 
Robert  M'Grath,  Secretary- 
Place  of  meeting,  No.  29,  John 

1791 
Musical  Society 

Isaac  Van  Vleck,  Director 
James  H.  Kip,  Treasurer 
Daniel  Dodge,  Secretary 

1792 
*  New  York  Musical  Society 

Henry  Will,  Director 
James  H.  Kip,  Treasurer 
Stanton  Latham,  Secretary 

St.  Cecilia's  Society 

David  Mitchelson,  President 
Lewis  Ogden,  Treasurer 
Isaac  Van  Vleck,  Secretary 

1793 
New  York  Musical  Society 

Henry  Will,  Director 
James  Harvey,  Treasurer 
Stanton  Latham,  Secretary 

St.  Cecilia  Society 

David  Mitchelson,  President 
Lewis  Ogden,  Treasurer 
Isaac  Van  Vleck,  Secretary 

1794 

New  York  Musical  Society 

Henry  Will,  Director 
James  Harvey,  Treasurer 
Stanton  Latham,  Secretary 

St.  Cecilia  Society 

David  Mitchelson,  President 
Lewis  Ogden,  Treasurer 
Joseph  Busswell,  Secretary 


1795 
St.  Cecilia  Society 

Lewis  Ogden,  President 
Joseph  Buswell,  Treasurer 
Andrew  Smith,  Secretary 

This  society  was  -instituted  in  1791,  with  a 
view  to  cultivate  the  science  of  music,  and  a 
good  taste  in  its  education.  The  concerts  are 
held  weekly  on  Saturday  evenings ;  the  principal 
professors  of  music  in  the  city  are  members, 
and  performers  at  these  concerts. 


1796 
St.  Cecilia  Society 

(Same  as  in  1795  directory,  but  word  execu- 
tion substituted  for  word  education) 

John  Richardson,  President 
John  S.  Hunn,  Secretary 
John  B.  Cozine,  Treasurer 

Harmonical  Society  for  the  approvement  in 
music,  meet  Tuesday. 

1797 
St.  Cecilia  Society 

Lewis  Ogden,  President 
Andrew  Smyth,  Treasurer 
Robert  M'Mennomy,  Secretary 

Meet  every  Saturday,  and  elect  on  St.  Cecilia's 
day.  This  Society  was  instituted  with  a  view  to 
cultivate  the  science  of  Music,  and  a  good  taste 
in  its  execution. 

Columbian  Anacreontic  Society 

John  Hodgkinson,  President 
John  C.  Shaw,  First  Vice-President 
Aquila  Giles,  Second  Vice-President 
John  Bleecker,  Secretary 
John  Ferrers,  Treasurer 

William  Richardson,  William  H.  Robinson, 
Henry  Livingston,  James  Maitland,  James  Cuy- 
ler,  John  K.  Beekman,  Harmonics. 

George  Pollock,  B.  Winthrop,  Joseph  Stans- 
bury,  Edward  Moore,  Richard  Morris,  A.  Giles 
and  James  Hewitt,  Standing  Committee. 


[101] 


102 


MUSIC  DIRECTORY  OF  EARLY  NEW  YORK  CITY 


1797 ,  continued 

Uranian  Musical  Society 

Joseph  Kimball,  President 
Joseph  Prince,  Vice-President 
Hugh  Taylor,  Treasurer 
Jehial  Jagger,  Secretary 

Peter  Conrey,  Samuel  Rudd,  Joseph  Webb, 
James  Jarvis  and  Gad  Ely,  Council. 

This  Society  was  instituted  for  improvement 
in  sacred  vocal  music.  Elect  the  first  Wednesday 
in  January  and  meet  every  Wednesday. 

Harmonical  Society 

John  R.  Cozine,  President 
John  Richardson,  Treasurer 
John  S.  Hunn,  Secretary 

This  Society  was  instituted  March  17th,  1796, 
for  the  purpose  of  cultivating  the  Knowledge  of 
Vocal  and  Instrumental  Music. 


1798 

St.  Cecilia  Society 

Lewis  Ogden,  President 
Frederick  Rausch,  Vice-President 
Andrew  Smyth,  Treasurer 
Robert  M'Mennomy,  Secretary 

Joseph  Fitch,  John  M.  Bradford  and  George 
E.  Saliment,  Committee.  Benjamin  Skaats, 
Doorkeeper. 

Meet    every 
Cecilia's  day. 


Saturday    and    elect    on    St. 


This  Society  (etc.  as  in  1797.) 


George  Pollock,  B.  Winthrop,  Joseph  Stans- 
bury,  Edward  Moore,  A.  Giles,  William  Rich- 
ardson and  John  Ferrers,  Standing  Committee. 

Uranian  Musical  Society 

Joseph  Kimball,  President 

Prince,  Vice-President 

Hugh  Taylor,  Treasurer 
J.  C.  Totten,  Secretary 


1799 

Columbian  Anacreontic  Society 

John  C.  Shaw 
Joseph  Tyler,  1st  V.  P. 
John  Ferrers,  2d  V.  P. 
Philip  Ten  Eyck,  Treasurer 
John  Bleecker,  Secretary 

Benjamin  W.  Rogers,  Alexander  Bleecker, 
William  Ricketts,  Alexander  L.  M'Donald, 
Thomas  Cooper,  and  Fortescue  Cuming,  Har- 
monics. 

Benjamin  M.  Mumford,  William  Richardson, 
Harman  G.  Rutgers,  Joseph  Stansbury,  John 
Ferrers,  Robert  R.  Waddell  and  John  K.  Beek- 
man,  Standing  Committee. 


St.  Cecilia  Society 

Joseph  Fitch,  President 
Frederik  Rausch,  V.  President 
Andrew  Smyth,  Treasurer 
Issac  G.  Ogden,  Secretary 
Benjamin  Skaats,  Doorkeeper 

Meet  on  every  Saturday  (etc.  as  before) 

This  Society  (etc.  as  before) 


Harmonical  Society 

John  R.  Cozine,  President 
Fortescue  Cuming,  Vice-President 
Solomon  Roe,  Treasurer 
John  Bleecker,  Secretary 
Nathaniel  Paulding,  Second  Secretary 

This  Society  (etc.  as  in  1797). 


Columbian  Anacreontic  Society 
(Same  officers  as  in  1797) 

Alexander  Bleecker,  Alexander  L.  M'Donald, 
Harman  G.  Rutgers,  William  Ricketts,  Thomas 
Cooper,  John  K.  Beekman,  Harmonics. 


•m 


Harmonical  Society 

John  R.  Cozine,  President 
Fortescue  Cuming,  V.  President 
John  S.  Hunn,  Secretary 

Daniels,  As.  Secretary 

Solomon  Roe,  Treasurer 


Uranian  Society 
for  improvement  in  Sacred  Music 

Peter  Conrey,  President 
Joseph  Webb,  V.  P. 
John  Stephens,  Treasurer 
William  Thompson,  Secretary 


3  5002  00392  9465 

Redway,  Virginia  Larkin. 

Music  directory  of  early  New  York  city; 


ML    15 

.  N3    R4 

Redway,     Virginia     < L 

.arkin  > 

Music 

directory 

a± 

early 

New 

York 

c,it.y